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Your Birth-to-Three records are an important source of information about your child. The information that you give to your Birth-to-Three service provider about your child and family is confidential. This information will only be shared with authorized people involved in your child’s services. Your Birth-to-Three service provider cannot send any confidential information to other individuals or agencies without getting written permission from you.

Procedural safeguards ensure that families are provided their rights under the law. There are informal and formal ways of resolving disagreements about your Birth-to-Three services or if you feel that a federal or state statute or regulation has been violated.
  • Talk with your Birth-to-Three provider, Family Resource Coordinator or administrators at your Birth-to-Three agency.
  • ESIT Staff may be able to help resolve your concerns.
A parent, guardian or surrogate parent can request mediation at any time. Family participation is voluntary and free of charge.

A parent, guardian or surrogate parent can request a due process hearing at any time. This is a formal hearing process that you must request in writing. For more information, you can access the Parents Rights Brochure:

A citizen’s complaint can be filed by anyone who feels an agency or Birth-to-Three provider has violated a requirement, policy, or procedure.

Wendy Harris, Prenatal to Five Team Lead

Email: Wendy.Harris@Kingcounty.gov

Phone: 206-263-9052

Contact Us

Phone 206-263-9105

TTY Relay Service: 711

Fax: 206-205-1632