(2) The term “early intervention” means— (A) providing appropriate services for the child who is deaf or hard-of-hearing, including nonmedical services; and (B) ensuring that the family of the child is— (i) provided comprehensive, consumer-oriented information about the full range of family support, training, information services, and language acquisition in oral and visual modalities; and (ii) given the opportunity to consider and obtain the full range of such appropriate services, educational and program placements, and other options for the child from highly qualified providers. The term “medical evaluation” means key components performed by a physician including history, examination, and medical decisionmaking focused on symptomatic and related body systems for the purpose of diagnosing the etiology of hearing loss and related physical conditions, and for identifying appropriate treatment and referral options.
42 USC § 280g-1(e)(2)
None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.