- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
- Chapter 20. Special Services For Certain Children
- Section 100. Individualized Family Service Plan.
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AS 47.20.100. Individualized Family Service Plan.
The individualized family service plan developed under AS 47.20.090(b)(2) shall be based on the evaluation
conducted under AS 47.20.090(b)(1) and must include,
subject to AS 47.20.080
- (1) provisions for case management services to implement the plan, including the name of the case manager from the
profession most immediately relevant to the child's or family's needs who will be responsible for the implementation of
the plan and coordination with other agencies and persons;
- (2) a statement of the child's present levels of physical development, cognitive development, language and speech
development, psychosocial development, and self-help skills, based on appropriate objective criteria;
- (3) a description of the family's concerns, priorities, and resources as they relate to the future enhancement of the
- (4) a description of the specific early intervention services that will help meet the unique needs of the child and the
family, including the frequency, intensity, and method with which the services should be delivered;
- (5) the projected dates for initiation of services and the anticipated duration of the services;
- (6) an outline of the major outcomes expected to be achieved for the child and the family along with the criteria,
procedures, and timelines that will be used to determine the degree to which progress toward achieving the outcomes are
being made and whether modifications or revisions of the outcomes or services are necessary; and
- (7) a statement of the steps that will be taken to support the transition of the child and the family to the use of
services available under other appropriate programs, including programs for children who are three years of age or
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