We know from experience that there are simply never enough hours in the day to research everything you need to know to help your child with a disability.
To help you lay your hands on the information you need with the least amount of fuss, we have gathered together a variety of resources we think you will find useful.
On the F.A.C.T Helpful Links page, you will find links to more than 50 organizations that serve people with disabilities.
Do you ever feel like you are swimming in an alphabet soup of IEPs, ADAs, and HQTs? Check out the F.A.C.T. Glossary to find out what all those letters mean.
Our letter templates have been developed to help you write letters to ask for meetings, or get access to important documents at your child’s school.
Our templates provide you with wording and framework for your request. All you have to do is add the information specific to your child. Each template is an easy to edit Microsoft Word document.
You can download the letter templates below, and if you have any questions, you can contact us using the form on the contact page or call F.A.C.T. (636) 949-2425
- Evaluation Request Letter
- Letter Request for IEP Meeting
- Letter Requesting Access to Records
- Letter Requesting an Independent Evaluation (IEE)
People First Language
F.A.C.T. is the lead agency for People First, an adult self-advocacy and self help organization for people with developmental disabilities. To find out more about People First, visit our People First page.
For information on important legislation, visit our legislation page.