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A student in the fourth grade is 9 years old and has spina bifida with myelomeningocele. The student has Good (4/5) trunk control and can sit unsupported for 45 seconds. When the student starts feeling fatigued, the student props on his dominant upper extremity for increased support. Which accommodation will promote this student’s success in the classroom?
A) Position the student in a stander during table top activities
B) Have the student work on seated assignments with an OT aide
C) Provide the student with a pelvic strap on the wheelchair
D) Arrange the students schedule to introduce new learning activities at the beginning of the school day

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C- Provide the student with a pelvic strap on the wheelchair

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C- Provide the student with a pelvic strap on the wheelchair

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Based on the knowledge that the student fatigues quickly when sitting unsupported, it can be concluded that the student’s posture during learning activities may affect his ability to complete table top activities. To avoid placing the student in this situation, any new learning should be facilitated at the beginning of the day when the student is not tired.

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