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Confidentiality

National Child Count

This page was last updated on Oct 19, 2015 at 2:24 pm

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Complying with FERPA, HIPPA and Part C and Part B Confidentiality regulations is an important part of conducting the Annual Deaf-Blind Child Count. To assist State Deaf-Blind Projects, we have provided several documents that address current confidentiality considerations.  

US Department of Education IDEA and FERPA Confidentiality Provisions

FERPA Exceptions Summary 

FERPA Regulation (Section 99.31 a)  

Here is a link to the page where materials that the Florida and Virgin Islands Deaf-Blind Collaborative have related to HIPPA and FERPA FAVI Materials

General Cloud Computing Considerations FAQ

Cloud Computing and Confidentiality for Google Docs While this is a product based solution, it does cover issues related to confidentiality in Google Drive.

In addition, states should become familiar with their State Part C and Part B rules related to confidentiality.

To address the authority to conduct the Annual Deaf-Blind Child Count, we have captured the language from both the State and National RFAs requiring the Child Count.

Requirement Language to Conduct Deaf-Blind Child Count 

 

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