Meeting the Needs of Infants and Toddlers with Handicaps: Federal Resources, Services, and Coordination Efforts in the Departments of Education and Health and Human Services : a Report to the Congress
Department of Education, 1989 - Children with disabilities - 69 pages
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Coordination of Federal Programs for Infants
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16 programs activities Administering Agency Administration on Developmental aged birth birth through age Child Health children from birth deaf-blind children Department of Education Department of Health developmental delays Developmental Disabilities Discretionary Grant Drug Abuse early intervention programs early intervention services Education and Rehabilitative efforts eligibility Federal programs FICC fiscal year 1987 Handicapped Act handicapped children Handicapped Infants Health and Human Health Block Grant health centers Health Service Department Human Development Services Human Services Type identified implementation Indian Health Service infants and toddlers Interagency Coordinating Council joint study Maternal and Child Medicaid National Institute NEC*TAS needs nurse clinicians Office of Human Office of Special OSEP Parent percent personnel planned program provides provide early intervention provide services Public Health Service Resources and Services Schafft Services Block Grant services provided Social Security Act Special Education Programs substance abuse tion Toddlers Program toddlers with handicaps Type of Grant