Related Services: CONTRACTED PROVIDERS – DO I HAVE TO SIGN CONSENT?

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Amy:  Our district has a contract with a BCBA to provide services in a self-contained class within the district. They aren’t listed anywhere on the IEP or in the BIP, however the BIP does include a lot of wording from their behavior program. Now they’ve denied his progression in the program because I wasn’t provided (and so I hadn’t signed) a Consent to Treat. Who’s problem is this? Should the district hold responsibility since they hadn’t provided it, or are they justified in not providing the service as written in the IEP because there was a delay in my signing it?. I hesitated to even sign it since the district has the contract with the provider, not me.

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I believe that your state parent training & information center can assist you. The state education agency may need to be contacted on your situation. http://www.parentcenterhub.org/find-your-center

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