I have a couple of kids driving this question. They're struggling. They're not an IEPs. In one case, it's very unlikely parents will allow an IEP. They have, however, asked for accommodations here and there. I get that unofficial accommodations are part and parcel of teaching, but they're getting to the point where I just don't know if I can handle and advocate for them on my own. Some of these requests are very much in the realm of dealing with a potential learning disability. A few examples: Providing pencil grips for child. Providing alternative seating. Providing front-row seating. Organizing study, desk, and backpack materials for child. Providing individual material to copy, or having the child dictate while I write the words with a highlighter. Finding individual space in another classroom for tests, which are best given to child one-on-one. I know these aren't so terrible, and the children in question are on RTI at the moment, but I am specifically worried about the one where the parents are uncomfortable with IEPs. I'd like to have accommodations documented, and I would like to have guaranteed support to help me these. Where would you draw the line between what you would do just because that's what teachers do and stating this really should be legally backed?