|(a) The IFSP team must develop a written initial IFSP
during a face-to-face meeting with the family in accordance with 20
USC §1436 and 34 CFR §303.340 through §303.346.
(b) The IFSP must be developed based on evaluation
and assessment described in 34 CFR §303.321 and Subchapter H
of this chapter (relating to Eligibility, Evaluation, and Assessment).
The IFSP must address the developmental needs of the child and the
case management needs of the family as identified in the comprehensive
needs assessment, unless the family declines to address a specified
(c) The contractor must deliver early childhood intervention
services according to the IFSP.
(d) The IFSP team must complete a periodic review of
the IFSP at six-month intervals as required in 20 USC §1436 and
34 CFR §303.342.
(e) The IFSP team must conduct an annual meeting to
evaluate the IFSP as required in 34 CFR §303.342, or more frequently
if the parent requests.
(f) Documentation in the child's record must reflect
compliance with all related state and federal requirements.
(g) The contractor must provide the parent with a copy
of the IFSP, as required in §108.223(d) of this chapter (relating
to Fees for Records) and maintain the original IFSP in the child's
(h) The contractor must comply with all requirements
in Subchapter B of this chapter (relating to Procedural Safeguards
and Due Process Procedures) during the IFSP process.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §108.1003 adopted to be effective September 1, 2011, 36 TexReg 5387; amended to be effective July 1, 2012, 37 TexReg 4621; amended to be effective September 1, 2013, 38 TexReg 5524