Families new to the IEP process may have no idea of what accommodations may be made for their child. This list helps those families know what is potentially available for their child and can be used as discussion topics during the IEP meeting. Even experienced IEP families may find new ideas in the list that will better serve their child.
The list is broken down into types of accommodations, including ones that address:
- Schedule/environmental issues
- Tools and equipment
- Language-related issues
- People- and peer-based issues
- Sensory issues
- Behavior issues
- Testing and assignments
- Miscellaneous issues
In addition to their own printable list, A Day in Our Shoes added links to other accommodation-related resources from:
If your family is headed into an IEP or 504 meeting, be sure to review and take the printable list with you to your meeting.