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(4.45) If I appeal a regional center’s decision to reduce, change, or stop an IPP service, what happens to that service during my appeal?

(4.45) If I appeal a regional center’s decision to reduce, change, or stop an IPP service, what happens to that service during my appeal?

You must file your appeal within 10 days from the date you get the notice in the mail for the service to be provided until the appeal is decided.[1]Sections 4701(n) and 4715(a). This is called “Aid Paid Pending.” If you do not email your appeal, your appeal date will be the postmark date on your appeal letter. You always have 30 days after the regional center gives you notice of a reduction, termination, or change to appeal that proposed change. But, to have a service continue until your appeal is decided, you must act more quickly and appeal within 10 days of receiving the regional center’s notice.[2]Section 4710.5(a).

References
1 Sections 4701(n) and 4715(a).
2 Section 4710.5(a).