What does it mean to work with a multidisciplinary team? The team consists of different professionals working closely to ensure that your child is mastering the goals and objectives built into his Individualized Education Plan (IEP). This team can include: teachers, classroom aides, nurses, other therapists, school administration, physicians, specialists, orthotists and various vendors for durable equipment.
The teams meet throughout the week to plan and confer with one another. The groups meet weekly as both clinical professionals and preschool classroom teams. There is a lot of communication and coordination.
Our Gavras teams know their students well and meet individual needs effectively. They diligently follow students IEP’s. It is evident at annual reviews that teachers, therapists and parents have had clear communication regarding their child’s progress, needs and goals.
The teachers in the Gavras classrooms have credentials and experience. They practice diverse teaching strategies that target the strengths and learning styles of each child, with or without an IEP. This strategy creates a framework for teaching, learning and assessment.
The integrated classroom settings provide many peer learning experiences that our talented teachers intentionally create but naturally observe.
Our teachers and strategies are effective and your child will learn & grow in our program!