Sometimes the regional center needs more information to decide if you have a developmental disability. Sometimes the information in your records is not specific to the developmental disabilities that the regional center serves. Your records may be conflicting, with different conditions to explain your disability. Sometimes the information in your records shows you have a condition, but not how it is substantially disabling for you. In these situations, a regional center may evaluate you to see if you are eligible.Section 4642(a)(2) They also want to see what services you need to live the most independent, productive, and normal life possible. A team of regional center workers called the interdisciplinary team (or ID team) looks at your records to see if they need to do further evaluations.