Pa. seeks to standardize early intervention services

12/28/2012 | Altoona Mirror (Pa.), The

Officials from the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare say inconsistent eligibility standards for early intervention services mean students in one area may qualify for services while students in the next county may not. Some say they agree that changes are needed, but they also have raised concerns that changing the standards could result in fewer students qualifying for services such as speech therapy.

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