IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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identifiable information of a child and the child’s family
that is contained in early intervention records collected, used, or maintained under this part by the lead agency.
Changes: We have replaced the phrase “lead agency or EIS
provider” with the phrase “participating agency” in
§303.401(c)(2). We also have replaced the phrase “required
to maintain or maintains” with the phrase “required to
maintain or no longer maintains” in §303.401(c)(2).
Disclosure of information (§303.401(d))
Comment: One commenter stated that it is unnecessary for the lead agency to disclose the information identified in
§303.401(d) to the LEA where the child resides or to the
SEA and that such disclosure may potentially breach the right to confidentiality of personally identifiable information.
Discussion: Section 637(a)(9)(A)(ii)(I) of the Act, concerning preschool transition, requires the lead agency to notify the LEA where the toddler resides that the toddler will shortly reach the age of eligibility for preschool services under Part B of the Act. We believe that notifying the LEA where the child resides and the SEA
of the toddler’s name, date of birth, and the parent
contact information (including parents’ names, addresses,
and telephone numbers) is necessary to implement the