Early intervention program for infant and toddlers (age birth to 2 years) with developmental delays, special needs, and/or disabilities.(infant, and children, little, toward them, deficient/needs, law, based on, home, for them, services)
The part of the Federal legislation signed in 1997 called the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA '97) that addresses the provision of early intervention services for children from birth to age three.
Part of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act providing funds to state lead agencies to assist in the provision of early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities, ages birth through two.
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One of several sections of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and mandates services to children and their families from birth to age three who meet specific eligibility criteria. In Vermont this is called the Family, Infant and Toddler Project (FITP).
Health benefits coverage offered by a Medicare Advantage Organization. You receive a specific set of health benefits at a uniform premium and uniform level of cost-sharing. Part C is available to all Medicare beneficiaries residing in a planâ€™s service area.
The part of Medicare concerning private health care plans that can offer Medicare benefits. These plans, which are sometimes known as Medicare Advantage plans, include Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), Private Fee for Service plans (PFFSs) and Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs). You must have Medicare Parts A and B to join a Part C plan.