Section 1435 (c) (2)

(2) RequirementsIf a statewide system includes a State policy described in paragraph (1), the statewide system shall ensure that—

(A) parents of children with disabilities served pursuant to this subsection are provided annual notice that contains—
(i)
a description of the rights of such parents to elect to receive services pursuant to this subsection or under subchapter II; and
(ii) an explanation of the differences between services provided pursuant to this subsection and services provided under subchapter II, including—
(I)
types of services and the locations at which the services are provided;
(II)
applicable procedural safeguards; and
(III)
possible costs (including any fees to be charged to families as described in section 1432(4)(B) of this title), if any, to parents of infants or toddlers with disabilities;
(B)
services provided pursuant to this subsection include an educational component that promotes school readiness and incorporates preliteracy, language, and numeracy skills;
(C)
the State policy will not affect the right of any child served pursuant to this subsection to instead receive a free appropriate public education under subchapter II;
(D)
all early intervention services outlined in the child’s individualized family service plan under section 1436 of this title are continued while any eligibility determination is being made for services under this subsection;
(E)
the parents of infants or toddlers with disabilities (as defined in section 1432(5)(A) of this title) provide informed written consent to the State, before such infants or toddlers reach 3 years of age, as to whether such parents intend to choose the continuation of early intervention services pursuant to this subsection for such infants or toddlers;
(F)
the requirements under section 1437(a)(9) of this title shall not apply with respect to a child who is receiving services in accordance with this subsection until not less than 90 days (and at the discretion of the parties to the conference, not more than 9 months) before the time the child will no longer receive those services; and
(G)
there will be a referral for evaluation for early intervention services of a child who experiences a substantiated case of trauma due to exposure to family violence (as defined in section 10402 of title 42).