20 Great Accommodations for ADHD Students

You know your child best, so come to the IEP or 504 meeting armed with ideas for accommodations that can help her shine at school. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Get ADHD school accommodations for your child with an IEP or 504 Plan.

Each child with ADHD is unique, and symptoms often express themselves differently. Because of this, there are no “standard” accommodations. An IEP or a 504 Plan should be geared to your child alone; no two plans should be the same.

Here are some ideas to help you get started on preparing a list of accommodations for your child. These are ideas that have worked for other parents and have been implemented by school districts. Use these ideas as a starting point and add others based on your child’s specific needs.

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