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Teaming and Collaboration

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This seminar will introduce students to the function of interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary teams and the primary disciplines involved in the delivery of services to young children and their families.  The role of the professional in assessment, planning, intervention, and case management will be examined as will the mechanisms whereby these services are coordinated, and the strategies for implementing interdisciplinary, and multi-disciplinary and transdisciplinary programs will be discussed. Issues related to ethics and professional conduct will be discussed. Instructor's consent required. Prerequisites: CD-234, CD-334, CD-340, CD-345, CD-434, CD-438, BK-337, BK-341, BK-342. 

Contact Information
141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593