I will have this high school student in my class for the 2nd year in a row and would like some advice on how to better suit her needs. I am a regular education teacher in a private school, but I have a student who has had multiple concussions/a major head injury due to sports. She receives various accommodations in the classroom through an individualized accommodation plan which includes having extended time on tests. However, many of the accommodations have not worked for her/my class. My concern is with her memory/attention problems (there will be times when she completely zones out or has trouble following lectures). I would like some advice on how to continue to teach normally, but to also address her needs at the same time. She is a very bright student who has been faced with new challenges and I would like to help her out as best as I can. Any advice would be much appreciated, thanks! Basically, what i am is asking is what would be some good accommodations for someone that has short-term memory loss, processing speed problems, and attention/ concentration problems in the classroom?