Insist on a Customized Plan
The school may try to tailor your child's IEP around its existing programs, even though IDEA requires schools to customize the plan based on the child's needs.
If you're not satisfied with the IEP, don't agree to it.
The school may offer something more, or you can request a due-process hearing. If you prevail, the school district may have to pay for your child's education in another school that offers the needed services - even if it's a private school.
TIP: For specific accommodation ideas, check ADDitude's free Printable: Classroom Accommodations for School Children with ADHD.
To share strategies for getting accommodations for your ADHD child, visit the ADHD at School support group on ADDConnect.