THE ROLE OF THE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM (TEACHERS, PSYCHOLOGISTS, SUPPORT TEACHERS, PSYCHOPEDAGOGUES, ETC.) IN MEDIATING CONFLICTS BETWEEN PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AND PARENTS OF TYPICAL CHILDREN, IN ORDER TO EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Keywords:functional integration, parents with SCR (special counseling requirements), parents of typical children
Our study want to find if the success of the functional integration of children with disabilities depends on the degree of involvement of specialists in the mediation of conflicts with the parents of typical children and their opposing attitude towards integration. In order to have a functional integration and all the children in the class, typical or disabled, in order to benefit from education, they need the attention and involvement of specialists, the support of parents, and relationships with classmates. The involvement of specialists in counseling parents with disabilities as well as typical ones, may facilitate a successful integration. In order to identify the benefits of integration for all children, the support of school managers and the support of school inspectorates is essential.