Neurodiversity-Affirming IEP Accommodations, Autistic and ADHD Students (FREE)

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Emily Hammond -NeuroWild
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Emily Hammond -NeuroWild


This 13-page word document includes:

A non-exhaustive list of neurodiversity affirming goals that may be relevant for many Autistic/ADHD students (including goals related to eye contact, moving while learning, sensory and emotional regulation, mental health and wellbeing, and social communication goals).

A checklist of questions that can be used to analyse current IEP goals.

Three pages of specific responses (examples) that parents can give when addressing IEP goals that are rubbish.

This resource is a word document so you can copy and paste specific goals that are relevant to your child. You can also add to/amend goals on the list to make them more individualised, add in specific examples, as well as add your child's name in.

This resource may be shared with parents, educators, and professionals (with the NeuroWild logo intact).

This resource remains the intellectual property of NeuroWild, and may not be rebranded under a different name.

It may not be sold.

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