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We are here to assist Kansas families and youth who have disabilities and/or special healthcare needs, ages birth-26.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is there any charge for your services?
No. Our services are funded by grants and donations so we can provide free supports and training at no cost to families.
I live in rural Kansas. Can you help?
Yes, we help families across the state.
I want to help other families like mine. How can I do that?
We would love to visit with you about our Parent-to-Parent Program. For more information, visit the Parent-to-Parent Support page.
I am a professional working with a family who has a child with a disability or a special health care need. Can you help me point them in the right direction?
The best way to connect families with us is by sharing our information with them. We can then provide individualized assistance for the family.
Must I be eligible for services to get help from Families Together?
We are here to help any Kansas family whose child has a disability or special health care need, between the ages of 0-26.
My child just received a diagnosis. Where do I start?
Every family’s starting point will be different based on their child and family’s needs. Give us a call and we can help.
How can a Family Resource Specialist help me?
A Family Resource Specialist will visit with you and listen to your concerns. They can help you understand your rights, review your child’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP), Individualized Education Program (IEP), and Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP).
What is an Education Advocate?
Education Advocates are volunteers who step into the role of the legal educational decision maker for children whose parents are unknown, unavailable, or whose rights have been terminated. Learn more on our Education Advocate page.