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Student A

Diagnosis Evidence
Cognitive Impairment 3.0 to 4.5 SD below mean
Moderate
Assets/Strengths Concerns/Weaknesses
Academics Works hard on what Academic Semantics
interests her s Syntax
Responds well to Phonics and word
assistance recognition
Is generally quiet Numbers and operations
during class time. Daily living skills
Adaptive Friendly. Helps Adaptive Moves homes often.
Behavior others. Supportive Behavior Currently living in
Grandfather. homeless shelter.
Memory Memory Phonics, letter, and word
recognition. (LT)
Recognition of numbers
through 30. (LT)
Identification of coins
and reading clocks to
hour (LT & AW)
Language Language Comprehension/semanti
cs
Syntax/sentence
structure
Phonics, letter, and word
recognition
Vis-Spatial Vis-
Spatial
Temp-Seq Temp-Seq
HOT HOT Comprehension/semanti
cs in language.
Understanding and
breaking down numbers.
Neuromot Writes neatly Neuromot
or Moves smoothly or
through classroom
Soc Cog Helps others Soc Cog
Has friends in the
class
Attention Attention 1:1 correspondance
counting above 20

Student B
Diagnosis Evidence
OHI (Hydrocephalus) Limited alterness to education
Assets/Strengths Concerns/Weaknesses
Academic Engaged in learning Academic Moodiness can impact
s when in a good s readiness to learn.
mood. Enjoys Basic reading
school. Works hard. Operations and
algebraic thinking
Adaptive Stubborn Adaptive Stubborn and moody.
Behavior Peronsable, Behavior Chronically absent.
interacts well with Chronic lice.
peers. Happy. Functional mobility
Develops warm Fine motor and visual
relationships. perception
Memory Can identify 26 Memory Phonics and sight words.
upper and lower
case letters.
Language Can identify 26 Language Struggles with basic
upper and lower reading skills such as
case letters. phonics and sight words.
Vis- Vis- Poor depth perception.
Spatial Spatial
Temp-Seq Temp-Seq
HOT HOT Has difficulty
understanding and
performing basic
number operations such
as additiona and
subtraction.
Neuromot Neuromot Struggles with functional
or or mobility, uses an
immature gait pattern
when walking. At times
uses a walker for
balance and safety.
Has difficulty with
balance.
50% accuracy in
catching and throwing
(hand-eye cordination).
Handwriting is poor.
Doesnt show awareness
of capitalization,
punctuation, or spacing.
Soc Cog Is friendly. Gets Soc Cog
along with peers.
Attention Attention

Student C
Diagnosis Evidence
Cognitive Impairment 2.0 to 3.0 SD below mean
Mild
Assets/Strengths Concerns/Weaknesses
Academics Tries very hard, Academic Is very shy/anxious,
gives her best s doesnt speak at school.
effort at school. Word recognition and
Sticks with tasks. word study
Numbers and
operations
Adaptive Aware of her Adaptive Doesnt speak much at
Behavior surroundings. Behavior school, but speaks at
Helpful at home. home. Needs to work on
Gets along well speaking up and asking
with peers. for help when needed.
Memory Can count orally to Memory Struggles with writing
49 with accuracy her numbers past 5.
and consistency. Combining
(LT) remembering number
names, what they look
like, and how to write
them is challenging
(AW).
Language Can count orally to Language Doesnt speak in the
49 with accuracy classroom, but does
and consistency. speak at home.
Bilingual. Speaks Decoding many CVC
both Spanish and words is difficult.
English in the Struggles to generate
home. questions.
Vis-Spatial Vis-Spatial
Temp-Seq Temp-Seq
HOT HOT Decoding CVC words is
difficult.
Struggles with numbers
and operations in
mathematics.
Neuromot Copies and traces Neuromot Slow to write, struggles
or well. or to write numbers and
sentences indepdently.
Doesnt consistently use
correct spacing, line
placement, or letter
formation.
Soc Cog Gets along well Soc Cog Doesnt speak in the
with peers. Has classroom.
friends in her class. Anxious.
Smiles often and is
warm and
affectionate.
Attention Seems to pay Attention
attention and be on
tast often. During
whole group
lessons faces the
front of the room
and looks at the
teacher.

Student D
Diagnosis Evidence
Cognitive Impairment 2.0 to 3.0 SD from mean
Mild SS of 55 on ABAS-II (by teachers)
Assets/Strengths Concerns/Weaknesses
Academics Some verbal Academic Likes to work very
strengths. s quickly, at times
sloppily.
Semantics
Decoding/word
recognition
Calculation
Adaptive Enjoys helping Adaptive Strugles with
Behavior peers and adults. Behavior communication,
Is mostly aware of functional acadmeics,
his surroundings. and self-directions.
Is sweet and Doesnt ask for
loving. clarification when it is
needed.
Self-help strategies
Memory Memory Sight words and reading
are far below grade
level. (LT and AW).
Struggles with spelling.
According to testing with
the CELF-5, needs to
improve working
memory.
Hasnt mastered basic
addition and subtraction
facts.
Language Expressive Language Struggles to use
langugage is a complex sentences.
relative strength. Receptive strength is a
weaknesses.
Decoding.
Vis-Spatial Matches images Vis-
that are similar Spatial
and can explain
why they are
similar.
Temp-Seq Temp-Seq Struggles with words
such as before, after,
then, next when
following directions.
HOT HOT Subtraction is very
difficult. Subtracts
number 0-20 with 0%
accuracy.
Sentence
comprehension is a
weakness.
According to testing with
the CELF-5, needs to
improve comprehension.
Math calculation is
difficult.
Neuromoto Neuromot Struggles anchor letters
r or to the bottom line when
writing. Struggles with
letter placement. Forms
letters from the bottom
up instead of from the
top down.
Soc Cog Enjoys helping Soc Cog
adults.
Attention Attention Struggles with tasks
requiring sustained
attention, such as story
problems in
mathematics.

Student E
Diagnosis Evidence
Cognitive Impairment, mild 2.0 to 3.0 SD from mean
Speech & Language Impairment
Assets/Strengths Concerns/Weaknesses
Academics Counting. Writing Academics Language
numbers to 10. Basic Reading
Numbers and
operations
Adaptive Eager to please, Adaptive Ability to follow
Behavior wants to do well. Behavior instructions is low.
Works well for Wants to follow
positive re- through, but forgets.
enforcement. Struggles to tell time.
Enjoys one-on-one Needs to learn basic
time. Enjoys being personal information
with and helpig such as his address.
peers.
Enjoys games.
Memory Can memorize Memory Struggles to memorize
words in pre-primer the entire alphabet,
stories. can right 21/25 letters.
Struggles to memorize
math vocabulary.
Language Language Wh- questions are
difficult.
Struggles to decode
when reading.
Struggles to memorize
math vocabulary.
Vis-Spatial Drawing and Vis-Spatial Doesnt recognize
building seem to be uppercase letters J and
strengths. Can W or lowercase letters j
build a model out and w and b and d.
of marshmellows
and toothpicks that
matches exactly
with an example
model.
Temp-Seq Temp-Seq
HOT HOT Comprehension
questions, such as
describing, comparing
and contrasting,
categorizing, and
classifying are all
difficult after listening
to a passage.
Struggles with math
concepts and
applications.
Neuromot Neuromoto
or r
Soc Cog Enjoys being with Soc Cog
and helping peers.
Works well with
others.
Attention Attention Struggles to keep his
attention on the task at
hand.

Student F
Diagnosis Evidence
Cognitive Impairment 2.0 to 3.0 SD from Mean
Mild GAC composite 71 of adaptive
behavior
Assets/Strengths Concerns/Weaknesses
Academic Likes school. Academic Reading
s s Mathematics
Adaptive Participates in all Adaptive Doesnt know what to
Behavior school activities. Is Behavior do in emergency
friendly, a helper, situations.
interacts well with
peers.
Memory Memory Struggles with word and
letter recognition.
Lacks fluency in basic
computation in math.
Language Language Struggles with word and
letter recognition.
Needs to master letter
sounds.

Vis- Vis-Spatial
Spatial
Temp-Seq Temp-Seq
HOT Math problem HOT
solving (basic
couting, numberal
identification, and
basic math
concepts) is a
relative strength.
Neuromot Neuromot
or or
Soc Cog Soc Cog
Attention Attention