Interdisciplinary collaboration is an important component in the education of students with disabilities (Friend & Cook, 2013). Although collaboration can mean different things to different individuals, for the purposes of this chapter we subscribe to Friend and Cook’s definition of collaboration as “a style for direct interaction between at least two coequal parties voluntarily engaged in shared decision-making as they work towards a common goal” (p. 6). In other words, those engaged in collaboration need to agree to collaborate, have equal voice within the collaborative decision-making, understand they are striving for at least one mutual goal, and share in the responsibility for the outcome of the decision (Friend & Cook).