IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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to the evaluation of a child that is used to determine his or her initial eligibility under Part C of the Act and (2) the term initial assessments refers to the assessment of the child and the family assessment that
are conducted prior to the child’s first IFSP meeting.
• New §303.322 clarifies that the prior written notice
requirements in §303.421 apply when the lead agency
determines, after conducting an evaluation, that a child is not an infant or toddler with a disability.
• Revised §303.342(e) requires early intervention
services to be provided as soon as possible after parental consent.
Subpart E--Procedural Safeguards
Confidentiality of Personally Identifiable Information and Early Intervention Records
• New §303.404(d) requires that the general notice
provided to parents by the lead agency specify the extent to which that notice is provided in the native languages of the various population groups in the State.
• Section 303.405(a), regarding a parent’s rights to
inspect and review any early intervention records and the timeline the lead agency must follow any time a parent makes such a request, is revised to require