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TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER III—OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 364—STATE INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES PROGRAM AND CENTERS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM: GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§364.1
What programs are covered?
§364.2
What is the purpose of the programs authorized by chapter 1 of title VII?
§364.3
What regulations apply?
§364.4
What definitions apply?
§364.5
What is program income and how may it be used?
§364.6
What requirements apply to the obligation of Federal funds and program income?
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Subpart B—WHAT ARE THE APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS?

§364.10
What are the application requirements?
§364.11
When must the State plan be submitted for approval?
§364.12
How does the Secretary approve State plans?
§364.13
Under what circumstances may funds be withheld, reduced, limited, or terminated?
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Subpart C—WHAT ARE THE STATE PLAN REQUIREMENTS?

§364.20
What are the general requirements for a State plan?
§364.21
What are the requirements for the Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC)?
§364.22
What is the State's responsibility for administration of the programs authorized by chapter 1 of title VII?
§364.23
What are the staffing requirements?
§364.24
What assurances are required for staff development?
§364.25
What are the requirements for a statewide network of centers for independent living?
§364.26
What are the requirements for cooperation, coordination, and working relationships?
§364.27
What are the requirements for coordinating Independent Living (IL) services?
§364.28
What requirements relate to IL services for older individuals who are blind?
§364.29
What are the requirements for coordinating Federal and State sources of funding?
§364.30
What notice must be given about the Client Assistance Program (CAP)?
§364.31
What are the affirmative action requirements?
§364.32
What are the requirements for outreach?
§364.33
What is required to meet minority needs?
§364.34
What are the fiscal and accounting requirements?
§364.35
What records must be maintained?
§364.36
What are the reporting requirements?
§364.37
What access to records must be provided?
§364.38
What methods of evaluation must the State plan include?
§364.39
What requirements apply to the administration of grants under the Centers for Independent Living program?
§364.40
Who is eligible to receive IL services?
§364.41
What assurances must be included regarding eligibility?
§364.42
What objectives and information must be included in the State plan?
§364.43
What requirements apply to the provision of State IL services?
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Subpart D—WHAT CONDITIONS MUST BE MET AFTER AN AWARD?

§364.50
What requirements apply to the processing of referrals and applications?
§364.51
What requirements apply to determinations of eligibility or ineligibility?
§364.52
What are the requirements for an IL plan?
§364.53
What records must be maintained for the individual?
§364.54
What are the durational limitations on IL services?
§364.55
What standards shall service providers meet?
§364.56
What are the special requirements pertaining to the protection, use, and release of personal information?
§364.57
What functions and responsibilities may the State delegate?
§364.58
What appeal procedures must be available to consumers?
§364.59
May an individual's ability to pay be considered in determining his or her participation in the costs of IL services?


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