Dawn Flanagan, Ph.D., has a great set of tables and examples for how to translate cognitive ability results into recommended strategies. A handout that she gave at a MASP conference in Winnipeg is great to look over when considering what to write in the recommendations section of a psychological report. She differentiates between Direct Remediation (remedial instruction for identified deficits), Accommodations (how teachers change instruction to help a student avoid the effects of a deficit), Compensation (strategies for which the student is responsible), as well as Modifications (i.e., reducing the number and/or complexity of outcomes). View the handout attached below.
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Another good resource is the handout called Intervention Strategies for Cognitive & Academic Deficits by John Seaman, Ph.D., which can be downloaded from the Materials section of the Regional School Psychologists Website. It also has great strategies and accommodations for CHC abilities.