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When do we write a Service Plan?


Resides

Attends School

SBCSC Offers FAPE?

Parents
Reject FAPE?

ISP?

TOR

SLP

OT

PT

Autism Consultant

DHH

In district

In district
(receiving direct service from teacher)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Flex within allotted time given to school

1 x 30

1x 20

1 x 20

Consult
1 x/qtr

1x 30

In district

In district
(NOT receiving direct service from teacher)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Consult

1 x 30

1x 20

1 x 20

Consult
1 x/qtr

1x 30

In district

School Age
Out of district

Yes

Yes

Not by SBCSC

Parent rejects FAPE;
ISP service will be provided by other school district

In district

Preschool
Out of district

Yes

Yes

No

Not by SBCSC

No

Parent can accept or decline FAPE;
If declining FAPE, ISP service will be provided by other school district

Out of district

School Age
In district
(receiving direct service from teacher)

No

Yes

Yes

Flex within allotted time given to school

1 x 30

1x 20

1 x 20

Consult
1 x/qtr

1x 30

Out of district

Preschool
In district
(receiving direct service from teacher)

No

Yes

 

Yes

 

Flex within allotted time given to school

1 x 30

1x 20

1 x 20

Consult
1 x/qtr

1x 30

Out of district

Preschool
In district
(receiving and not receiving direct support)

No

No

No

Student receives FAPE from home school district

Out of district

In district
(NOT receiving direct support from teacher)

No

Yes

Yes

Consult

1 x 30

1 x 20

1 x 20

Consult
1 x/qtr

1 x 30

In district

Home School
(including ABA)

Yes

Yes

Yes

1 x 30* for preschool, ALL Life Skills and Primary;

Consult for IC and HS

1 x 30*

1 x 20*

1 x 20*

Consult
1 x/qtr *

1x 30*

* = Provided at SB public school site, based on staff schedule .
ALL SERVICE TIMES GIVEN TO STUDENTS HOME SCHOOLED OR IN NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS CANNOT EXCEED SERVICE TIMES REQUIRED BY FAPE.

What happens if I don't do a Service Plan?

  • If you select the LRE Option 56 "Parentally Placed in private school" under the IEP Process, but then accept FAPE, or accept the Finalized IEP, the system will not register that there is an ISP in place. (This does not mean that the student has no ISP, it only means that the system does not know what is going on. It is confused.)
  • In some instances, you are unable to do Progress Monitoring.
  • To verify these issues, look under the History section. You can get a clearer picture of how to resolve issues there.

Do I have to do a new Service Plan each time I hold a conference?

Only if the Purpose is Annual. We must offer FAPE every year, so you will need to go back to the IEP, re-enter any services that apply only to the public school setting, and then go through the rejection process outlined below. This must be done for each Annual Case Conference.

However, if the purpose of the conference is a revision, you can just revise the ISP and finalize it again. (added 10/29/12)

Creating a Service Plan

  1. Complete the Preconference planning and Evaluation Process (Same as IEP) for Initial Purpose.

  2. Complete the IEP, adding Goals and Services the student would recieve if attending SBCSC.

  3. On the Create IEP page, select that the Parent Rejects FAPE.

    • Rejection of FAPE Notice will be generated.
    • Print out and have Parent sign at conference.
  4. Finalize the IEP.

  5. Reject the IEP through the Response button after the fihal IEP is created.

    • Click Response under Status
    • Reject the IEP again under the Response
      • This proposed IEP was Rejected
      • Note the date
      • Add note-why?
    • Status will now show as Rejected.
    • If you bypass the IEP, you will not be able to finalize an ISP
  6. Go to the ISP Process and do an ISP

    • Purposes: Initial Service plan, Revise Service Plan, Annual Service Plan
      • Revise or Annual will ask you if the parent has previously rejected FAPE.

    ISP Purpose

    Most fields from IEP will carry over, and you can just click through each page, Saving and Continuing.

    • Make sure the meeting dates and times are updated.

      • ISP Dates will need to be filled in. IEP dates do not carry over.

      • If the parent agrees to revise without a meeting, use the date that you spoke with the parent about the revision as the meeting date.

    • New position appears: Non Public School rep- you can enter the name of the non pub principal, or teacher.

    • Transition: If student is transition age, you do not need to do a Transition Plan, but you have the option of doing so.

    • State assessments: Is the student's attending school accredited?

      • If yes, same testing options

      • If no, no testing options

    • Goals, Provisions, services and accommodations, all transfer over.

      • If the school is not accredited, you can add the accommodations in the Additional Accommodations box.

      • Modify this page to reflect the goals and services which WILL be provided in the non public setting. Most of the time, services will be consult only, unless the student will receive speech services.
    • LRE page is different.

      • Only one LRE option:

        LRE in the ISP

        • Goes directly to additional descriptors. No calculations necessary.

        • You can enter the name of the school of service for the student. (If the student is in a local Catholic school, search under the Corporation name: Diocese of Fort Wayne)

    • Create ISP

      • Meeting attendees can be selected and added.

      • Create the ISP. It will look like an IEP, but will have a Service Plan Acknowlegement for the parent to sign.

      • There is a Response button again. As parent Accepts, you will select the Accept button and put in the date and notes field.

Finalize the ISP and accept the fial document from the Response Button.

When you are done, send the Finalized IEP AND the ISP downtown to be faxed into the student's record.

What do I take to the ISP Conference?

Revision of Service Plan

How is a Service Plan different from an IEP?