I need some help finding accommodations for one of my students. He was examined last year by an ophthalmologist using a developmental eye screening. He has 20/20 vision, but is delayed in all other aspects of vision. He has eye teaming, tracking, focusing, visual discrimination, visual memory, visual sequential memory, visual spatial relations, visual spatial orientation (letter and reversals), visual form constancy, visual closure, and visual figure ground issues. He also is color blind to some degree, has very low short memory retention, and has low gross motor skills. He has been in vision therapy since March, but they have focused on the gross motor skills. They won't begin fine motor skills for at least another month after he is retested at the 7 month mark. When he began, he could not cross the mid-line at all. With all of this going on, he is still coping fairly well. He is very bright, but these things are holding him back. This site has a lot of information on each of the problems, but no solutions for a teacher. http://www.childrensvision.com/reading.htm We are required to use the workbooks that accompany Scott Foresman Reading street. Many of the pages are overwhelming to him. I am not sure how to make accommodations. I have already limited the amount that he is required to copy from the board or a book. It is the pages like this: http://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com/snpapp/iText/products/0-328-35331-0/pdfs/spellingpractice/006.pdf that I don't know how to accomodate. Any advice? Thanks!