IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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a child referred to the Part C program and determined to be eligible under this part as an infant or toddler with a disability, a meeting to develop the initial IFSP must be conducted within the 45-day time period described in
(b) Periodic review. (1) A review of the IFSP for a child and the child's family must be conducted every six months, or more frequently if conditions warrant, or if the family requests such a review. The purpose of the periodic review is to determine--
(i) The degree to which progress toward achieving the results or outcomes identified in the IFSP is being made; and
(ii) Whether modification or revision of the results, outcomes, or early intervention services identified in the IFSP is necessary.
(2) The review may be carried out by a meeting or by another means that is acceptable to the parents and other participants.
(c) Annual meeting to evaluate the IFSP. A meeting must be conducted on at least an annual basis to evaluate and revise, as appropriate, the IFSP for a child and the child's family. The results of any current evaluations and other information available from the assessments of the