|(a) The LPHA provides necessary clinical knowledge
for the IFSP team to plan and implement individualized, goal oriented
services within an interdisciplinary approach.
(b) The LPHA's responsibility is to document the child's
progress towards the IFSP outcomes, recommend to the team modifications
to the plan as needed, and provide re-assessments or ongoing therapy
services as planned on the IFSP.
(c) A LPHA is required to sign the IFSP and in doing
so acknowledges the planned services are reasonable and necessary.
(d) The LPHA provides ongoing monitoring and assessment
of the IFSP, at least once every six months as part of the periodic
review, to provide professional opinion as to the effectiveness of