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.