IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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(iii) Related to the implementation, optimization (e.g., mapping), maintenance, or replacement of a medical device that is surgically implanted, including a cochlear implant.
(A) Nothing in this part limits the right of an infant or toddler with a disability with a surgically implanted device (e.g., cochlear implant) to receive the early intervention services that are identified in the
child’s IFSP as being needed to meet the child’s
(B) Nothing in this part prevents the EIS provider from routinely checking that either the hearing aid or the external components of a surgically implanted device (e.g., cochlear implant) of an infant or toddler with a disability are functioning properly;
(2) Devices (such as heart monitors, respirators and oxygen, and gastrointestinal feeding tubes and pumps) necessary to control or treat a medical condition; and
(3) Medical-health services (such as immunizations
and regular "well-baby" care) that are routinely
recommended for all children.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1432(4))
§303.17 Homeless children.
Homeless children means children who meet the