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Changes: We have added the parenthetical “(such as

amplification)” as an example of transliteration services

in new §303.13(b)(12).

Comment: Several commenters recommended adding such services as auditory habilitation and rehabilitation, dysphagia, auditory-verbal therapy, oropharyngeal, or feeding and swallowing services to the definition of

speech-language pathology services in new §303.13(b)(15)

(proposed §303.13(b)(12)).

Discussion: The services identified in the definition of

speech-language pathology services in new §303.13(b)(15)

(proposed §303.13(b)(12)) are not intended to be

exhaustive. Section 303.13(b)(15) (proposed §303.13(b)

(12)) does not preclude an IFSP Team from determining that an infant or toddler with a disability is in need of any of the services suggested by the commenters if the services are necessary to meet the outcomes identified for that

child in the child’s IFSP.

Changes: None.

Types of early intervention services--transportation and

related costs (new §303.13(b)(16)) (proposed §303.13(b)


Comment: Many commenters opposed the proposal to remove