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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 35. Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
Chapter 225. Requirements for Virginia Early Intervention System
3/28/2017

12VAC35-225-220. Services Provided at Public Expense.

A. The following services shall be provided at public expense and at no cost to families:

1. Child find activities;

2. Eligibility determination and assessment for service planning;

3. Service coordination;

4. Administrative and coordinative activities related to the development, review, and evaluation of IFSPs and interim IFSPs; and

5. Administrative and coordinative activities related to implementation of procedural safeguards and other components of the statewide early intervention system related to child find, eligibility determination, assessment, and development of IFSPs.

B. Localities shall not be required to provide funding for any costs for early intervention services provided at public expense, either directly or through participating local public agencies.

Statutory Authority

§ 2.2-5304 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 32, Issue 10, eff. February 27, 2016.

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