a group of professionals who share information and consultation related to their skills and training, for a person's care, services, study of gerontological issues of other subjects practiced by multiple disciplines.
Individuals from a variety of disciplines engaged in a collective effort to assess the needs of a child.
Individuals involved in assessment and recommendations for persons with disabilities. The team consists of persons from a wide variety of disciplines including, but not limited to, medical experts, educators, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, rehabilitation engineers, care providers, psychologist, counselors, and social workers.
A diverse group of professional resource specialists who analyze the effects of Alternatives on natural and other resources. Through interaction, participants bring different points of view and a broader range of expertise. Interagency Coordination, collaboration, communication among cooperating agencies.
Professionals assess students individually but there is an attempt to control information fragmentation through formal communication channels.
(IDT, like FEMAT) A team of individuals with skills from different disciplines that focuses on the same task or project.
Group of professionals from different disciplines (e.g., education, psychology, speech and language, medicine) who work together to plan and implement a child's individualized education program (IEP).
The collective efforts of individuals from a variety of disciplines in assessing the needs of a child.
A team whose members come from multiple disciplines, who interact and rely on the others for information and suggestions.
a team of people with training in different fields
A team of varied land use and resource specialists formed to provide a coordinated, integrated information base for overall land use planning and management.
a group of individuals with different training, representing the physical sciences, social sciences, and environmental design arts, assembled to solve a problem or perform a task. The members of the team proceed to a solution with frequent interaction so that each discipline may provide insights to any stage of the problem and disciplines may combine to provide new solutions.
A team emphasizing interaction among a variety of disciplines.
A team composed of specialists in different disciplines. An interdisciplinary team is assembled because no single scientific discipline is sufficient to adequately identify and resolve issues and problems. Team member interaction provides necessary insight to all stages of the assessment.
a group of different health care professionals who work together to provide a coordinated plan of care for your child
The team of people from different perspectives or disciplines that join together to problem solve and develop educational and behavior plans. Team members may include the student, parents or other family members, teachers, therapists, community members, job coaches, vocational rehabilitation counselors, and paraprofessionals.
A group of individuals with varying areas of specialty assembled to solve a problem or perform a task. The team is assembled out of recognition that no one scientific discipline is sufficiently broad enough to adequately analyze the problem and propose action. ( FEMAT, IX-17)
A team of professionals from different fields of expertise who evaluate a child and then develop a comprehensive summary report of his or her strengths and needs.