Accommodations work best when they target a specific barrier or challenge.
For instance, for the child who can’t sit still to do math, an accommodation may be frequent breaks.
Read on to learn more about what accommodations are and how they can help your child.
Accommodations are changes that remove barriers and provide your child with equal access to learning.
For instance, if your child has ADHD, she may not be able to sit still long enough to do math problems.Accommodations don’t change your child is learning. Let’s say your child is taking an American history class, but she struggles with reading.As an accommodation, the teacher lets her listen to an audiobook version of the textbook.Under federal law, kids with disabilities have the right to equal access to learning.
This means accommodations for their disabilities, which can include learning and attention issues.
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