Forms

This site includes forms designed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education to ensure that students with disabilities receive a free, appropriate, public education. Forms are available for the Infant-Toddler/Early Intervention, Preschool/Early Intervention, and School-age programs, and include both annotated and non-annotated versions. Forms are available as Word and pdf documents.

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Complaint Resolution Process - Early Intervention

Effective Date:1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
The Formal Complaint Form/Contact Information for (Infant Toddler and Preschool) is a form that parents can complete to request a formal complaint through the Bureau of Early Intervention Services.
Age:Infant/Toddler,Preschool
Language:English
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INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE IEP TEAM MEETING OR OTHER MEETING - School Age

Effective Date:6/29/2015 11:00:00 PM
Revised May 2015 – This new Invitation to Participate in the IEP Team Meeting or Other Meeting (with footer indicating “May 2015 Revisions”) replaces the current Invitation. This revised form adds supplementary purposes for an IEP team meeting, removes the requirement to use two separate Invitation to Participate in the IEP Team Meeting or Other Meeting forms for transition planning/services, and supplements the explanations for transition planning and services, including a statement that the local education agency (LEA) will invite the student, if age 14 or above. This form is effective beginning June 30, 2015.
Age:School Age
Language:English
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INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE IEP TEAM MEETING OR OTHER MEETING (Annotated) - School Age

Effective Date:6/29/2015 11:00:00 PM
This revised annotated form describes the new Invitation to Participate in the IEP Team Meeting or Other Meeting(with footer indicating “May 2015 Revisions”), which adds supplementary purposes for an IEP team meeting, removes the requirement to use two separate Invitation to Participate in the IEP Team Meeting or Other Meeting forms for transition planning/services, and supplements the explanations for transition planning and services, including a statement that the local education agency (LEA) will invite the student, if age 14 or above. This form is effective beginning June 30, 2015.
Age:School Age
Language:English
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Authorization to Release Information for Children in Early Intervention

Effective Date:5/28/2018 12:00:00 AM
This standard release form is used to obtain permission to share information with community agencies who are currently involved with local Early Intervention programs.
Age:Infant/Toddler,Preschool
Language:English
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Pennsylvania Early Intervention Communication Plan

Effective Date:
The Early Intervention Communication Plan for use as of November 2019. The plan has detailed discussion points that families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing and IFSP or IEP team members should consider during plan development. Information in the plan addresses language and communication needs; communication options, opportunities for direct communication; and progress, assistive technology, devices and services. It also provides a glossary of terms for use.
Age:Infant/Toddler,Preschool
Language:English
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Notice of Recommended Educational Placement/Prior Written Notice (NOREP/PWN) – Preschool Early Intervention Annotated

Effective Date:12/1/2019 8:09:25 AM
This is an annotated version of the Notice of Recommended Educational Placement (NOREP). It provides guidance to preschool Early Intervention staff on using and explaining the NOREP to families. It also provide additional information on the special education process.
Age:Preschool
Language:English
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Procedural Safeguards Letter

Effective Date:7/1/2018 8:41:03 AM
This revised Procedural Safeguards Letter (with a footer indicating “July 2018 Revisions”) replaces the current Procedural Safeguards Letter dated July 1, 2008. This revised letter includes a change in terminology that replaces the term “mental retardation” with the term “intellectual disability.” This change also aligns the Commonwealth’s special education regulations in Chapter 14 to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulatory revisions resulting from Rosa’s Law. There are no other changes to the current regulations in Chapter 14 or 711.
Age:School Age
Language:English
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Procedural Safeguards Notice

Effective Date:7/1/2018 8:41:03 AM
The Procedural Safeguards Notice includes a full explanation of all the rights available to parents of a child with a disability ages 3-21 when their child has been referred for or is receiving special education services. This model form provides a format that LEAs may choose to use to provide information about procedural safeguards to parents. This revised Procedural Safeguards Notice includes a change in terminology that replaces the term “mental retardation” with the term “intellectual disability.” This change also aligns the Commonwealth’s special education regulations in Chapters 14 and 711 to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulatory revisions resulting from Rosa’s Law. The change in terminology does not affect the meaning or the eligibility determination associated with the term. Also, this revised notice includes additional resources for parents in Appendix A. In addition, this document contains a revised Office for Dispute Resolution (ODR) Request Form for IEP/IFSP/GIEP Facilitation, Mediation, and a revised Due Process Compliant Request Form in Appendix B. The revised Procedural Safeguards Notice contains the footer “July 2018.” This notice is available in two formats - a Word document and a pdf. Below is the request form for Mediation, IEP/IFSP/GIEP Facilitation and the Due Process Complaint form. The form can be submitted via mail, fax or email; contact information can be found at the bottom of each form. Requests can also be submitted via the online submission form on ODR’s website. Mediation & IEP/IFSP/GIEP Facilitation Request (English) - http://odr-pa.org/iep-ifsp-med-request-form-english/ Mediation & IEP/IFSP/GIEP Facilitation (Spanish) – http://odr-pa.org/mediation-iep-online-request-spanish/ Due Process Complaint (English) - http://odr-pa.org/due-process-online-request/ Due Process Complaint (Spanish) - http://odr-pa.org/due-process-online-request-spanish/ *Note: The online submission forms can be accessed in 11 other languages via the ODR website. They include Albanian, Arabic, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Portuguese.
Age:School Age
Language:English
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Procedural Safeguards Notice - Preschool Early Intervention

Effective Date:12/1/2014 12:00:00 AM
The Procedural Safeguards Notice includes a full explanation of all the rights available to parents of a child in Preschool Early Intervention when their child has been referred for or is receiving Early Intervention services.
Age:Preschool
Language:English
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Procedural Safeguards Letter – Early Intervention

Effective Date:12/1/2014 12:00:00 AM
Letter to a parent on their rights and their child’s rights related to Early Intervention services.
Age:Preschool
Language:English