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125A.10 COORDINATING INTERAGENCY SERVICES.
If at the time of initial referral for an educational assessment, or a reassessment, the district
determines that a child with disabilities who is age 3 through 21 may be eligible for interagency
services, the district may request that the county of residence provide a representative to the
initial assessment or reassessment team meeting or the first individual education plan team
meeting following the assessment or reassessment. The district may request to have a county
representative attend other individual education plan team meetings when it is necessary to
facilitate coordination between district and county provided services. Upon request from a district,
the resident county shall provide a representative to assist the individual education plan team in
determining the child's eligibility for existing health, mental health, or other support services
administered or provided by the county. The individual education plan team and the county
representative must develop an interagency plan of care for an eligible child and the child's family
to coordinate services required under the child's individual education plan with county services.
The interagency plan of care must include appropriate family information with the consent of
the family, a description of how services will be coordinated between the district and county, a
description of service coordinator responsibilities and services, and a description of activities
for obtaining third-party payment for eligible services, including medical assistance payments.
Any state, county, or city government agency responsible for providing services or resources to
students with disabilities under this section is subject to the same dispute resolution systems as
local school districts, and all such agencies must comply with corrective action requirements that
ensue from these systems.
History: Ex1959 c 71 art 1 s 17; 1961 c 559 s 2; 1961 c 690 s 1; 1965 c 241 s 1-3; 1967 c
872 s 1; 1969 c 981 s 2-5; 1971 c 689 s 1-3; 1973 c 683 s 1,2; 1975 c 162 s 41; 1975 c 321 s 2;
1975 c 432 s 8-10; 1976 c 211 s 1-6; 1976 c 271 s 13-18; 1977 c 447 art 3 s 1-4; 1977 c 449 s
12; 1978 c 733 s 1; 1978 c 764 s 3-5; 1978 c 793 s 61; 1979 c 334 art 2 s 1,2; art 3 s 2,3; 1980
c 509 s 30; 1981 c 358 art 1 s 1; art 3 s 2-7; 1982 c 424 s 28,29,130; 1982 c 548 art 3 s 1-3;
1983 c 247 s 55; 1983 c 258 s 13; 1983 c 314 art 1 s 22; art 3 s 1; 1984 c 463 art 3 s 1; 1984 c
654 art 5 s 58; 1Sp1985 c 12 art 3 s 2-8; 1986 c 444; 1987 c 384 art 2 s 24; 1987 c 398 art 3
s 2-14; 1988 c 486 s 2-5; 1988 c 629 s 24; 1988 c 718 art 3 s 1; art 6 s 2; 1989 c 209 art 2 s
1; 1989 c 329 art 3 s 1-3; 1991 c 265 art 3 s 1,2,38; art 11 s 1; 1991 c 292 art 6 s 58 subd 2;
1992 c 499 art 3 s 1-7; art 11 s 1; 1993 c 224 art 3 s 1-9; art 14 s 3; 1994 c 483 s 1; 1994 c 647
art 3 s 2-8,34; 1Sp1995 c 3 art 3 s 1-3; art 16 s 13; 1996 c 412 art 2 s 1,2; art 3 s 1-3; 1998 c
397 art 2 s 28,164; art 11 s 3; 1999 c 123 s 10