This could be a sticky note on the desk or a hand on a shoulder.
Ignore other behavior as long as it isn't disruptive. She is the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education.
Provide folders and baskets of supplies to keep desk organized. Give extra time and quieter space for work and tests.
Give frequent short quizzes, rather than one long test for each unit of work the teacher goes over.
Most often, the student is advised to initiate the accommodation process with the disability resource center or office on campus.
This office then determines whether the student is eligible for services and, if so, coordinates appropriate accommodations and services based on the documentation provided and in consultation with the student and other professionals, as appropriate.
The program must analyze the appropriateness of an aid or service in its specific context.