Presentation on theme: "Important Highlights for the Completion of DD Form 2792-1 Special Education/Early Intervention Summary NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER PORTSMOUTH EFMP OFFICE DD Form."— Presentation transcript:
Important Highlights for the Completion of DD Form 2792-1 Special Education/Early Intervention Summary NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER PORTSMOUTH EFMP OFFICE DD Form 2792 must be completed for all EFMP enrollees. DD Form 2792-1 is required if child is: 3 – 18 years of age 19 – 21 if still enrolled in school systems (typically a special needs student) < 3 if eligible for Early Intervention services
For EFMs birth to age three, please check YES or NO in section 5. If the EFMs age is up to age three and no early intervention services are received and the child does not have an Individualized Family Services Plan (IFSP) OR if your EFM is homeschooled, then only Page 2 will need to be completed and signed by the sponsor or spouse. DD Form 2792-1 Page 2 Family completes this page
For all other school-aged EFMs, the sponsor (or spouse) will need to complete Page 2, sign the bottom of Page 2, AND the EFMs school official will need to complete and sign Page 3. DD Form 2792-1 Page 2 EFMP Coordinator complete this section Family completes this page
The sponsor or spouse must sign and date here to authorize the release of the EFMs information. Upon completion of Page 3, the school official must complete all of section 8 and sign and date the bottom of Page 3. If child has an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Individualized Family Support Plan (IFSP), or other type of education care plan it must be included in the package. DD Form 2792-1 Page 3 Family completes this section School or Early Intervention complete this section
Additional Information If school annotates that there is a 504, Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) it must be submitted along with the DD 2792-1. If unsure, ask the parents if the child has 504, IEP, or IFSP.
Contact Information Additional Information can be obtained by contacting your local EFMP Coordinator