Family Resource Coordination
Washington State Family Resource Coordinators support and assist families to identify priorities then find and coordinate resources in the community to match those priorities.
The FRC may also coordinate:
- The initial intake process for the family a Child’s evaluations
- The development of an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) to address your child and family’s needs,
- Information about resources available in your community to support your child and family
- A transition plan to community programs including preschool special education
To be eligible, a child must have a 25% delay or show a 1.5 standard deviation below his or her age in one or more of the developmental areas including physical, cognitive, communication, social emotional or adaptive skills. A child may also be eligible if he or she has a physical or mental condition such as Down’s Syndrome that may have a high probability of developmental delay.