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Early Intervention

Individual Family Service Plan

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After a child is determined eligible for Early Intervention, the Early Intervention staff and the family design a plan called the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). This plan outlines the child's strengths and needs. It is developed based on the information gathered from an evaluation or assessment and the concerns and priorities of the family. It includes individualized strategies and supports that can be used to meet the desired outcomes (goals). The IFSP is reviewed every six months or as needed. Familes may request an IFSP review at any time and must agree to any changes that are made in a child's IFSP. All families have the right to a timely, multidisciplinary evaluation and/or assessment and a meeting to initiate an IFSP within forty-five (45) calendar days from their referral to the Early Intervention program.


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