Including learners with significant communication needs in the general education classroom will require additional planning for general and special education teachers as well as related service providers. These include speech-language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, and vision/hearing specialists. Coordinating the work of these service providers and leveraging their expertise can result in a high quality experience for all the learners in an inclusive class. Implementing regular team meetings that include related service providers helps to tap into and maximize the expertise of all team members. This collaboration directly benefits students with significant communication needs, but also can support other students as well. Successful teams can maximize their collaboration by creating an agenda, communicating regularly, problem-solving, using team norms, and evaluating their work together.