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Coordinator convenes the meeting and assures that all participants feel welcomed. A good welcome will also define the purpose of the meeting which may include: developing a comprehensive plan of care, setting the stage to work together to help the family move forward.
Some Facilitators use this time to identify minimal ground rules for these meetings. These usually focus on behavioral expectations during team meetings and may include items such as attendance, timeliness, waiting to speak until the previous speaker is finished or steps for asking for a break in the meeting. If using this step, Coordinators should introduce some basic rules by presenting them on big paper and ask the group if there are specific rules that should be added.
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