Family Outcome Survey

The Family Outcomes Survey (Part C Version) is given to families of infants or toddlers with disabilities by their primary service provider. The survey is given to all children who have been served by Part C for six months or more, as the child turns age three or is exiting Part C for any reason. The Minnesota Department of Education relies on responses from families to meet federal reporting requirements. Each state is required to report the percent of families participating in Part C who report that early intervention services have helped their family to:
 
  • Know their rights.
  • Effectively communicate their children's needs.
  • Help their children develop and learn.

The Family Outcome Survey and the Family Outcomes Survey Cover Letter, which explains to families why data is being collected and how the information will be used, are both available in translated versions.