Hi, I'm a first year special ed teacher in Texas. I teach inclusion K-2nd. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice on how to work with a student with cerebral palsy? The student also has hand tremors. I think he might have seizures as well, but I'm not sure yet. I haven't had a chance to view his IEP. Today, I went to observe and noticed the difficulty he was having with the limited amount of space on a math worksheet. It was one torn out of a workbook, actually provided by the district. I think it's something new that's being implemented. My concern is that the space is so small and he hardly has any room to write or draw his pictures when solving the problems. I was thinking about something like recreating the problems by making something with more space to where he would have more room. Plus, he has a hard time keeping up because he's trying to erase and redraw the circles. He can count and figure out the problems from what I can tell. He already has a fatter pencil which is easier for him to grip. As the inclusion teacher (and a first year special ed teacher for that matter), I'm just trying to think about what I can do to help him be more successful and prevent any possible frustration. Any advice from other special ed teachers, OT's, etc. would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!