IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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reimbursement for services provided under Medicaid or any
other legislation that makes reference to “case management”
services. See H.R. Rep. No. 198, 102d Cong., 1st Sess. 12 (1991); S. Rep. No. 84, 102d Cong., 1st Sess. 20 (1991). Accordingly, this paragraph is intended to reflect the intent of Congress. For the same reason, we added the parenthetical reference to case management in the title of this section.
Comment: One commenter requested that the definition of service coordination services (case management) be amended to include those services that are not directly early intervention services, but that are essential to the well- being of the child and the family, in accordance with
§303.344(e). Section 303.344(e) provides that a child’s
IFSP must identify medical and other services that the child or family member needs or is receiving through other sources, but that are neither required nor funded under Part C of the Act.
Discussion: The commenters’ concern is addressed
sufficiently by the requirements in new §303.34(a)(3)(ii)
(proposed §303.33(a)(2)), which provides that service
coordination involves coordinating the other services
identified in the IFSP under §303.344(e) that are needed or