IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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individuals who meet the definition in §303.27.
Additionally, nothing in these regulations prevents the lead agency from disseminating its public awareness materials through primary referral sources to other family
members. Therefore, it is the Department’s position that
not extending this requirement to other family members of infants and toddlers with disabilities is appropriate.
Comment: Two commenters requested clarification of new
§303.301(c) (proposed §303.300(b)(4)), which required the
lead agency to provide parents of toddlers who are nearing transition age with a description of the availability of services under section 619 of the Act. These commenters questioned when this description must be provided and whether providing it when a toddler is two years and four months of age would meet the requirement to provide
information at least nine months prior to a child’s third
birthday in new §303.301(c) (proposed §303.300(b)(4)).
One commenter stated that the public awareness
requirement in new §303.301(c) (proposed §303.300(b)(4))
should be the responsibility of public agencies responsible for implementing Part B of the Act and should be a collaborative effort between the State Part B and C
agencies and local Part B programs to ensure that all