A one-page handout developed by E.I. stakeholders outlining the three types of outcomes referred to in early intervention. Outcomes are statements of what family members want to see happen for their child and their family as a result of their participation in early intervention. Family and child outcomes can focus on any area of child development or family life that a family feels is related to its ability to enhance the child’s development. Outcomes often include a real-life context. An additional helpful resource, Breadth of the Three Child Outcomes, from the Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTA) that shares a variety of examples of child outcomes.