IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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their child’s personally identifiable information to the
agency responsible for the administration of the State’s
public benefits or insurance program; (2) a statement of
the no cost provisions in new §303.520(a)(2) and that if
the parent does not provide the consent under §303.520(a)
(2), the State lead agency must still make available those Part C services in the IFSP for which the parent has provided consent; (3) a statement that the parents have the
right under §303.414, if that provision applies, to
withdraw their consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information to the State public agency
responsible for the administration of the State’s public
benefits or insurance program at any time; and (4) a statement of the general categories of costs that the parent could incur as a result of participating in a public benefits or insurance program (such as co-payments or deductibles, or the required use of private insurance as the primary insurance).
Although the specific format and content may vary by State, we estimate that it would take no more than 10 hours per State to draft a written notice that complied with these requirements and that the notice would not exceed 4 pages in length.
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