My daughter is 14 years old and in 9th grade. After four evaluations since the 3rd grade, she just recently was found eligible for special education services. She has ADHD inattentive type, she is unorganized, extremely forgetful and is failing almost everything including PE. At the IEP meeting I came in with a list of things to address but it seems they had already written up the accomodations for her. Even though I addressed many problems she has i.e. getting her homework home or back to the teacher, staying organized and on task...etc. The school put into the IEP that everyday she has to get her homework agenda signed and bring it home for me to sign, also she has to pick up every Monday a progress sheet to give to the teachers on Friday to sign, bring home to me and then back to guidance on Monday. OK this is a big problem. We have tried this and it isn't working. If she can't remember to get homework home how in the heck is she suppose to remember the agenda and all the other things they want her to do?? This doesn't seem right to me, I need to know if this is something that they need to help her with or is it all her responsibility? It seems they are accomodating the teachers more so than her. I know she has to be responsible for something but now that she is in 9th grade but this has been a life time habit that the school has enabled because they didn't see years ago that she needed help. So they can't just put something in place and expect it to be done automatically with her. She needs to be retrained. Please help, I have little patience with dealing with the school and need some strong advise. FYI - she had a evaluation outside of the school (paid for mostly by the school last year). The psychologist looked at me after the evaluation and asked "how in the world has this poor girl made it this far?"