Resources for Part C Coordinators

Guidelines for Good Results.

Our “Resources for Part C Coordinators” is purposefully designed to help Part C Coordinators, both new and experienced, better understand and implement the early intervention strategies most beneficial to each individual and family.

This resource attempts to meet these needs by providing the materials and documents used throughout the process. As content is continually updated, please check back often to stay current.

IDEA Statute

Part A | Part B | Part C | Part D

IDEA Regulations

Part B | Part B, 619 | Part C

Related Legislation

HIPAA: Statute | Regulations
FERPA: FERPA Regulations 2010
Section 504
Keeping Families and Children
Safe Act of 2003

Association Publications related
to Finance

Fiscal 101 Modules
ITCA Statement on MOE
2011 Finance Regulations
Part C Statutory Provisions related to Finance
2005 ITCA Medicaid Technical
Assistance Paper

Appendices to the 2005 ITCA Medicaid Technical Assistance Paper
Appendix Table of Contents AppA Great Society Overview
AppB 2005 FPL with Explanation
AppC FPL 2005 chart
AppD Dual Eligible Medicaid and Medicare Definition
AppE NGA Medicaid Paper

AppF Families USA Analysis of NGA Medicaid Position Paper
AppG AAP Medicaid Policy Statement
AppH CBPP Summary of Cost Sharing Data
AppI http listings
AppJ ITCA Medicaid Resource Paper
AppK FMAP Chart
AppL AAP Periodicity Schedule
AppM CMS Promising Practices Summary

AppO NASHP 2000 Report on CSHCN and Managed Care
AppP HHS Rpt to Congress on MC and Individuals with SHCN
AppQ SMD re TCM 011901
AppR Title V Interagency
Agreements Regulations
AppS 2003 AMCHP Report Title V and Part C

AppT SSI 3200 Reg Changes
AppU SSI Deeming
AppV List of Relevant Data Elements
AppW AAP Model Language re Medical Necessity
AppX OMB CircularA87
AppY Medical Claims Simplification
Federal Finance Resources to Support Part C Systems

Family Cost Participation Survey Summary:
Part 1,
Part 2

(Note: These are large files. Part 1 is a 1.9MB PDF file, Part 2 is a 5.4MB PDF file)

COBRA Family Cost Participation Executive Summary
Rate Methodology

Infants and Toddlers Exposed to Substance Use

Young Children who are Exposed Prenatally to Substances and Their Families

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