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Running head: ACCOMODATION SUPPORT PLAN 1 Accommodation Support Plan Tara Domino ESE 631: Survey of the Exceptional Child Instructor: Jo DeSoto March 19, 2017
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SUPPORT PLANS 2 Teaching Students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Jamari is 11 years old (female) in 5th who lives with both parents and a younger sister. Jamari’s mom was very attentive regarding ADHD. Both parents are very supportive of the school, volunteer quite often at the school. When Jamari was in 4 th grade, she was referred for psychoeducational assessment. During class, Jamari’s teacher noticed that she was progressing as well as she should be. She was not doing her best to reach her full poiential. Results showed that she was performing below her grade level in all her core subjects, which was not good for the teacher’s neither the student. Jamari was diagnosed with AD/HD. After she was diognoised, she was referred to a facility that would offer more help and asisteance to meet her needs. Before Jamari was prepared to be sent for the trial of medication, her teacher observed the following in class: 1. Sometimes she found to be absent minded while sitting in class, without knowing what’s happening around. Just looking straight all the time. When the teacher asked “What’s the problem?” she replied, “I don’t know.” 2. At times she was more attentive in class. 3. Jamari found to be spending more time in looking for her pencils, pens, books, etc.
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