Family Outcomes Survey
Section B: Helpfulness of Early Intervention


The Early Intervention Colorado program uses the Family Outcomes Survey to gather input on the quality of early intervention service delivery to infants, toddlers and their families. Your feedback helps identify areas for improvement in order to enhance the experience for all families we serve.  For more information, please view the Child and Family Outcomes FAQ.

You can find this number on the hard copy of the survey
mailed to you, or by calling Tracy Sperry at 720-793-4419.

Instructions:  Your feedback is important to us! For each question below, please select how helpful early intervention has been to you and your family over the past year.

Select a number 1 – 5 (1=Not at all helpful to 5 = Extremely Helpful)


Knowing Your Rights


How helpful has early intervention been in:
 (1) Not at all helpful(2) A little helpful(3) Somewhat helpful(4) Very helpful(5) Extremely helpfulNot Applicable
Giving you useful information about services and supports for you and your child?
Giving you useful information about your rights related to your child’s special needs?
Giving you useful information about who to contact when you have questions or concerns?
Giving you useful information about available options when your child leaves the program?
Explaining your rights in ways that are easy for you to understand?



Communicating Your Child's Needs


How helpful has early intervention been in:
 (1) Not at all helpful(2) A little helpful(3) Somewhat helpful(4) Very helpful(5) Extremely helpfulNot Applicable
Giving you useful information about your child’s delays or needs?
Listening to you and respecting your choices?
Connecting you with other services or people who can help your child and family?
Talking with you about your child and family’s strengths and needs?
Talking with you about what you think is important for your child and family?
Developing a good relationship with you and your family?



Helping Your Child Develop and Learn


How helpful has early intervention been in:
 (1) Not at all helpful(2) A little helpful(3) Somewhat helpful(4) Very helpful(5) Extremely helpfulNot Applicable
Giving you useful information about how to help your child get along with others?
Giving you useful information about how to help your child learn new skills?
Giving you useful information about how to help your child take care of his/her needs?
Identifying things you do that help your child learn and grow?
Sharing ideas on how to include your child in daily activities?
Working with you to know when your child is making progress?




Please select one *