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 Below find sample recommendations for an elementary student presenting with specific learning disorders in reading, writing, listening, math, and visual tracking difficulty.SCHOOL INTERVENTION RECOMMENDATIONS:(1) Fast ForWord for Auditory Processing Disorder and Dyslexia(2) Occupational Therapy for penmanship(3) Writing: special pencil grips, raised-line graph paper for math and raised-line, redi-space paper for all writing assignments.(4) Multisensory letter & number instruction for spacing, layout, direction, orientation(5) Dyscalculia: hands-on math instruction, e-manipulatives, iPAD apps(6) Use digital texts & e-demos, e-exercises, e-practice, e-tests: minimize paperwork(7) Use text-to-speech apps to read large sections of print(8) Use speech-to-text apps where lengthy written response is required (9) Use child e-story book creation appsHOME SUPPLEMENTATION:(1) Handwriting: iPAD / Tablet penmanship instruction and practice(2) Tablet Math Instruction & Practice: iPAD Math Apps; Android Math Apps(3) Dyscalculia Intervention:(a) Subitizing Vision Therapy (Numeration)(b) The Number Race & The Number Catcher (Numeration & Basic Operations)(c) Number Sense (Dyscalculia - Dr. Brian Butterworth)(d) Maths Explained: Short video animations of key math concepts. by expert Dr. Chinn(e) SHAPE MATH: Learn to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and do fractions with geo shapes. (f) ST-MATH:  Learn Math without Words, using shapes. (Spatial-Temporal Math Program). (h) Reflex Math (Math Fact Automaticity) (i) Learning Upgrade / Math Upgrade (Multisensory, sequenced, online math, gr. 1-8)(j) After Math Upgrade, introduce DreamBox.com(k) Learn math with MONEY! (count, +,-, *, /, %,  decimals, fractions, place value)(l) Algebra and online Math: ALEKS.COM(4) Vision Therapy developed by Dr. Sidney Groffman(5) Daily-5: (1) finger paint; (2) base 10 blocks; (3) money; (4) blind bag; (5) tangrams