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An OT is working with a student who has attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and has a difficult time organizing tasks, listening to instructions, paying attention to details and waiting for his turn while in the classroom with 30 other students. What simple intervention would be best to recommend to the teacher in order to help support the child with every day tasks?
A. Establish routines and maintain a consistent daily schedule
B. Provide a picture calendar of activities
C. Recommend the teacher give the student breaks after every activity
D. Provide a distraction-free environment where the child can work

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Answer B) The teacher can help the student by providing a picture calendar of activities and then checking off the activities as they are completed. This way the student knows what to expect for the next activity. If the teacher has 30 students, it will be difficult to make a consistent schedule for each student every day.

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