IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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§§303.111 through 303.126 and 303.221 through 303.227.
There are 56 respondents who are required to submit the Part C Annual State Application if they seek to receive Federal Part C funds. The annual data burden for this collection is estimated to average 10 hours per respondent. Thus, the annual total burden estimate for this information collection is 560 hours. No changes are expected to the version of Information Collection 1820-0550 that is approved by OMB through December 31, 2010.
Collection of information: Report of Infants and Toddlers Receiving Early Intervention Services in Accordance with Part C; Report of Program Settings Where Early Intervention Services are Provided to Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and Their Families in Accordance with Part C of the Act: (Information Collection 1820-0557) Affected regulation sections for this information
collection are §§303.124 and 303.720 through 303.724.
Each lead agency that receives assistance under Part C of the Act must provide data each year to the Secretary and the public on infants and toddlers with disabilities. There are 56 respondents who are required to provide Part C data on infants and toddlers with disabilities. There are three Tables found in this collection. The estimated burden for this collection is 107 hours per State agency or