By Doris Bergen
Transdisciplinary group evaluation permits group contributors to collaborate in making reviews and formulating interventions. this article examines how workforce participants from numerous professions can understand every one other's overview views and interact.
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This requires efforts to involve the family in determining appropriate early intervention, to ensure that public and private agencies collaborate in facilitating smooth transitions to other services, and to use team approaches and multifactored methods in assessment and intervention. For those professionals who have been working in assessment and intervention services for some time, the term transdisciplinary is difficult to differentiate from the various types of interactive teaming in which they may have already been engaged.
They include the persons in the immediate and broad family system, neighborhood, community, state, and nation. Often, a number of these conditions exist together and the prognosis for delay is greater when there is a combination of negative factors. , are unlikely to read story books to the child), the potential delay for Page 6 the child may be greater than if only one of these conditions is present. Also, when environmental risk is combined with either biological or established risk, the interactions of these factors increases the potential for developmental delay.
10027 Copyright © 1994 by Teachers College, Columbia University All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission from the publisher. Grateful acknowledgment is offered to the following for permission to reprint the figures indicated: Fig. 2: Sequence of Prenatal Development. From Rosenblith (1992), In the BeginningDevelopment from Conception to Age Two, p.