IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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pursuant to this section will include an educational component that promotes school readiness and incorporates preliteracy, language, and numeracy skills.
(3) The State policy ensures that any child served pursuant to this section has the right, at any time, to
receive FAPE (as that term is defined at §303.15) under
Part B of the Act instead of early intervention services under Part C of the Act.
(4) The lead agency must continue to provide all early intervention services identified in the toddler with a
disability’s IFSP under §303.344 (and consented to by the
parent under §303.342(e)) beyond age three until that
toddler’s initial eligibility determination under Part B of
the Act is made under 34 CFR 300.306. This provision does not apply if the LEA has requested parental consent for the initial evaluation under 34 CFR 300.300(a) and the parent has not provided that consent.
(5) The lead agency must obtain informed consent from the parent of any child with a disability for the continuation of early intervention services pursuant to this section for that child. Consent must be obtained before the child reaches three years of age, where practicable.
(6)(i) For toddlers with disabilities under the age