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By Robert B. Johnston M.D. (auth.)

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There is considerable variability in observers as to what is perceived as overactive or inattentive. What may be a mind-boggling activity level for one person might very well be quite tolerable and normal for another. It may be that the observer with low frustration tolerance identifies hyperactivity or inattention when, in fact, such levels are age-appropriate. OVERREUANCE ON A SUBJECTIVE REPOJn' BY ONE OBSERVER. Before the child's brain is implicated as the culprit, careful assessment of potential environmental influences is essential.

2. Reading teacher is in class and will be there all day. 3. m. 4. Guidance counselor quit 3 weeks ago. 5. Vice-principal is interviewing potential replacements for guidance counselor. 6. Principal is busy with State Department of Education site visitors. That leaves: 7. Ms. Becky, the volunteer, who will gladly take the message and have somebody return the call. There are some rare instances that warrant interrupting the teacher's classroom routines with a summons to the main office where the The Team 47 telephone is located.

Not hereit is a given. So let's move on. Two basic points need to be made at the outset. First, the term "team" refers to any group made up of more than one individual. It may be large enough to encompass persons representing every profession that has touched or will ever touch the life of a troubled student; or it may be an intimate group of two or three, such as a parent, physician, and a teacher working together to provide some meaningful help. Second, it is critical to realize that any successful interdisciplinary team effort requires that team members foster mutual respect and function in an interdependent fashion.

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