adapted assessment procedures (eg assessment tasks that significantly adjust content and/or the outcomes being assessed)
regular direct support
adjustments to support communication, such as:
adjustments to delivery modes
significantly modified study materials
adapted assessment procedures (eg assessment tasks that significantly adjust mode of presentation and format)
adjustments to support health, personal care or safety, such as:
frequent assistance with mobility and personal hygiene
close supervision in highly structured situations
the provision of additional supervision on a regular basis
adjustments to enable access to learning, such as:
close playground supervision may be required at all times
regular visiting teacher or external agency support
access to a specialised support setting
essential specialised support services for use of technical aids.
Examples might include:
students who require curriculum content at a different year level to their same-age peers
students who will only acquire new concepts and skills, or access some of the outcomes and content of the usual learning program, courses or subjects, when significant curriculum adjustments are made to address their learning needs
students who have limited capacity to communicate effectively
students who need regular support with personal hygiene and movement around the school.
These students may also have considerable, often associated, support needs relating to their personal care, safety, self-regulation or social interaction, which also impact significantly on their participation and learning.