IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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insured benefit for that child or parent under that program;
(B) Result in the child’s parents paying for services
that would otherwise be covered by the public benefits or insurance program;
(C) Result in any increase in premiums or discontinuation of public benefits or insurance for that
child or that child’s parents; or
(D) Risk loss of eligibility for the child or that
child’s parents for home and community-based waivers based
on aggregate health-related expenditures.
(iii) If the parent does not provide consent under paragraphs (a)(2)(i) or (a)(2)(ii) of this section, the State must still make available those Part C services on the IFSP to which the parent has provided consent.
(3) Prior to using a child’s or parent’s public
benefits or insurance to pay for Part C services, the State
must provide written notification to the child’s parents.
The notification must include--
(i) A statement that parental consent must be
obtained under §303.414, if that provision applies, before
the State lead agency or EIS provider discloses, for
billing purposes, a child’s personally identifiable
information to the State public agency responsible for the