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§303.300 to identify and distinguish the following required

components of the Part C statewide early intervention

system: (a) pre-referral (public awareness and child find) policies and procedures, (b) referral policies and procedures, and (c) post-referral policies and procedures. Accordingly, we have renumbered the public awareness

program provisions as new §303.301 and the child find

provisions as new §303.302.

In order for the Part C statewide system to identify, locate, evaluate, and serve all infants and toddlers with disabilities effectively, the system must be both comprehensive and coordinated. As clarified in this subpart, this means establishing policies and procedures for (a) pre-referral activities (i.e., to make the public aware of the availability of early intervention services and to coordinate with other programs to identify and locate infants and toddlers with disabilities), (b) the referral of children under the age of three to the Part C program, and (c) post-referral activities (i.e., the screening, if applicable, of children under the age of three who have been referred to the Part C program under

new §303.320 (proposed §303.303); the evaluation and

assessment of the child and the child’s family under new

§303.321 (proposed §303.320); and the development, review,