Alternative Seating  |  Inclusive Supports


Alternative Seating

The items highlighted below are only just a few of the items or accommodations that may be readily accessible or easily put in place in your student's learning environment. Data gathered from using universal/inclusive supports can lead to purposeful and individualized learning accommodations.
Photo of chair with tennis balls embedded in seat and back for alternative seating

Adapt a Chair 

Photo of a classroom chair with Visual Boundary with Painters Tape

Visual Boundary with Painter's Tape 

Photo of Student using a Foot Fidget with Bungee Cord

Foot Fidget with Bungee Cord