Whether at primary school or secondary school, this resource can be re-written to suit your own child. Written by a parent who wanted to share it, it is a detailed example of the types of accommodations a school might make.
It is important to read through and decide which parts apply to your child, and take out or re-write those that don't.
It describes a child's and parent's point of view, describes core adjustments before giving an illustration of a child's difficulties and needs. It includes a list of the ways in which a child may be helped, and finishes with some general information from the PDA Society.