IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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definition of native language in §303.25.
(b) Procedures for evaluation of the child. In conducting an evaluation, no single procedure may be used
as the sole criterion for determining a child’s eligibility
under this part. Procedures must include--
(1) Administering an evaluation instrument;
(2) Taking the child’s history (including
interviewing the parent);
(3) Identifying the child’s level of functioning in
each of the developmental areas in §303.21(a)(1);
(4) Gathering information from other sources such as family members, other care-givers, medical providers, social workers, and educators, if necessary, to understand
the full scope of the child’s unique strengths and needs;
(5) Reviewing medical, educational, or other records.
(c) Procedures for assessment of the child and family. (1) An assessment of each infant or toddler with a disability must be conducted by qualified personnel in
order to identify the child’s unique strengths and needs
and the early intervention services appropriate to meet those needs. The assessment of the child must include the following--
(i) A review of the results of the evaluation