IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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§303.345 Interim IFSPs--provision of services before
evaluations and assessments are completed.
Early intervention services for an eligible child and the child's family may commence before the completion of
the evaluation and assessments in §303.321, if the
following conditions are met:
(a) Parental consent is obtained.
(b) An interim IFSP is developed that includes--
(1) The name of the service coordinator who will be
responsible, consistent with §303.344(g), for implementing
the interim IFSP and coordinating with other agencies and persons; and
(2) The early intervention services that have been determined to be needed immediately by the child and the child's family.
(c) Evaluations and assessments are completed within
the 45-day timeline in §303.310.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1436(c))
§303.346 Responsibility and accountability.
Each public agency or EIS provider who has a direct role in the provision of early intervention services is responsible for making a good faith effort to assist each eligible child in achieving the outcomes in the child's IFSP. However, Part C of the Act does not require that any