Team for Early Childhood Solutions (TECS)

Family Outcomes

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Family Outcomes Measurement System

Family Outcomes are measures made by the Office of Special Education (OSEP) for all state serving young children and their families. A family survey is sent to families of children who have received at least six months of BabyNet services as well as those exiting the BabyNet system. The information collected will help make the BabyNet system even better for children and families by improving services, polices, monitoring and training. See the three outcomes and some resources below:

Outcome #1 – Know your rights

Special education law & advocacy for children with disabilities – Wright’s Law
Disability Rights SC
Family Connection, SC 
The Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education


Outcome #2 – Communicate your child’s needs

Early Intervention Services-BabyNet 
Social-Emotional Development
Resources, support, development, health and education services for your child
Dealing with Temper Tantrums 


Outcome #3 – Helping my child develop and learn

CDC Developmental Milestones 
CDC Developmental Milestones Tracking App
Center for Parent Information & Resources
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) – Articles on Young Children’s Learning & Development 
Zero to Three – Early Development & Well-Being
Center on the Developing Child-Harvard University -- What is Early Childhood Development? A Guide to the Science 


Family Outcomes Resources

Family Outcomes Survey FAQ 10/2021
Flow Chart Resource
Talking Points