Part 5- Writing the IFSP for Your Child
After your young child’s evaluation is complete and he or she is found eligible for early intervention services, you, as parents, and a team will meet to develop a written plan for providing early intervention services to your child and, as necessary, to your family. This plan is called the Individualized Family Service Plan, or IFSP.
The IFSP is a very important document, and you, as parents, are important members of the team that develops it. This webpage focuses on the IFSP–both the process of writing it and what type of information it will contain.
- What is an IFSP?
- What’s included in the IFSP?
- Who develops the IFSP?
- What happens next?
- Resources of additional info on the IFSP
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