early intervention services

(4) Early intervention services The term “early intervention services” means developmental services that— (A) are provided under public supervision; (B) are provided at no cost except where Federal or State law provides for a system of payments by families, including a schedule of sliding fees; (C) are designed to meet the developmental needs of an infant or toddler with a disability, as identified by the individualized family service plan team, in any 1 or more of the following areas: (i) physical development; (ii) cognitive development; (iii) communication development; (iv) social or emotional development; or (v) adaptive development; (D) meet the standards of the State in which the services are provided, including the requirements of this subchapter; (E) include— (i) family training, counseling, and home visits; (ii) special instruction; (iii) speech-language pathology and audiology services, and sign language and cued language services; (iv) occupational therapy; (v) physical therapy; (vi) psychological services; (vii) service coordination services; (viii) medical services only for diagnostic or evaluation purposes; (ix) early identification, screening, and assessment services; (x) health services necessary to enable the infant or toddler to benefit from the other early intervention services; (xi) social work services; (xii) vision services; (xiii) assistive technology devices and assistive technology services; and (xiv) transportation and related costs that are necessary to enable an infant or toddler and the infant’s or toddler’s family to receive another service described in this paragraph; (F) are provided by qualified personnel, including— (i) special educators; (ii) speech-language pathologists and audiologists; (iii) occupational therapists; (iv) physical therapists; (v) psychologists; (vi) social workers; (vii) nurses; (viii) registered dietitians; (ix) family therapists; (x) vision specialists, including ophthalmologists and optometrists; (xi) orientation and mobility specialists; and (xii) pediatricians and other physicians; (G) to the maximum extent appropriate, are provided in natural environments, including the home, and community settings in which children without disabilities participate; and (H) are provided in conformity with an individualized family service plan adopted in accordance with section 1436 of this title .


20 USC § 1432(4)

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