Your Family Rights Pertaining To Early Intervention Services
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO give voluntary, informed written permission for services that will be provided.
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO refuse or withdraw consent for specific services without putting other services at risk.
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO have services provided consistent with the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO have written prior notice before services are changed.
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO request mediation, an impartial hearing or a system complaint investigation if you disagree with the early intervention services being provided.
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO continue to receive services during mediation or impartial hearing proceedings unless both sides agree not to continue services. You also have the option to receive other agreed upon services or withdraw your child and family from early intervention services at any time. These are called pendency placements rights.