IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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that the participating agency must comply with a
parent’s request without unnecessary delay and in no
case more than 10 days after the parent makes the request to inspect and review records.
• New §303.409(c) requires the participating agency to
provide at no cost to the parent, a copy of each evaluation, assessment of the child, family assessment, and IFSP as soon as possible after each IFSP meeting.
• Section 303.414(b) sets forth the specific exceptions
to the parental consent required before a participating agency may disclose personally identifiable information under these regulations.
• Proposed §303.414(d), regarding limited disclosures of
personally identifiable information in early intervention records that may be sought by Protection and Advocacy (P&A) agencies, has been removed.
Parental Consent and Surrogate Parents
• Section 303.420(c) is revised to indicate that a lead
agency may not use the due process hearing procedures under this part or under Part B of the Act to
challenge a parent’s refusal to provide any consent
required under §303.420(a), which includes consent for
evaluations and assessments.