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    I'm a bit thick and can't link websites like clever Hubbers do but if you google "adjustments for the needs of learners" you can find lots of information

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    Adjustments are things we need to do in our classroom to accommodate our student with special needs. Depending on what the child needs we need to adjust our classroom environment to suit those needs.

    For example, for my autistic boy he needs a visual timetable, pencil grip to assist with writing, a working towards chart to help him complete tasks, simple instructions and a designated area he can move to when feeling stressed or overwhelmed. He has huge sensory issues so spends a lot of time here.

    An individual learning plan is a statement of goals that we have for him and the steps we will take to achieve them. At the moment they are simple, like learning to write his name. We specify how we will achieve this and it is a formal document agreed upon by all parties and signed. These are done once a term.

    Hope all that makes sense!
    Thanks, all makes sense. Interesting that none of this exists for my son. Will definitely have a google.

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    Harvest if you want to PM me outlining his needs I could suggest adjustments I would make...

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