Typical Daily Schedule & Daily Log EXAMPLES Student’s name: John Smith DOB: 9/9/99 Diagnosis: OHI Please note that the daily schedule must relate to the one-on-one services specified in the IEP, and a copy must be kept in the student’s ACCESS file. Note: The following sample is a typical schedule for this student. The schedule may vary depending on the school’s scheduled activities and/or special programs. Time 8:30-8:45 a.m. 10 a.m.-10:15 a.m. 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. 2:30 to 3 p.m. 3 to 3:15 p.m. On call Description of activity Upon arrival, an aide will meet the school bus to assist John off the bus and escort him to his locker and then to his first class. The aide will arrange his desk to ensure John can easily access his assignments. An aide will assist John to his next class and ensure he is comfortably seated. An aide will assist John from class to the lunchroom, walk him through the lunch line, find him seating and stay with him during the lunch period to ensure he remains comfortably positioned to eat lunch. The aide will keep a daily journal of what John ate for lunch and that will be provided to John’s parents. Following lunch, an aide will assist John to the nurse’s office for his daily medication and if necessary, the restroom, and then to his next class. An aide will work in the classroom with John to assist with his daily mobility exercises. The aide will send a report to John’s physical therapist on a weekly basis. An aide will assist John from his class to his locker and then to the bus stop where the bus aide will meet him. An aide will be on call throughout the day to assist John to the restroom, his physical and speech therapy sessions, and with extracurricular activities. Date 1/8/07 Daily Notes John was lethargic today and I had to encourage him to eat his lunch. He didn’t make an effort to keep his lunch tray within reach and motioned for me to assist him. Because he ate so little, I spoon fed the pudding to him. When I took him to math class, I told his teacher that he had eaten little for lunch so she was going to give him an afternoon snack toward the end of the day. I met with the physical therapist for 30 minutes today from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.; she demonstrated a new range of motion exercise and showed me some techniques she thought would help John with his daily exercise routine. She didn’t think it was necessary at this point to increase John’s exercise time, but will observe his exercise session on Wednesday. John was especially tired by the end of the day; I asked the bus aide to pay close attention to him during the ride home. Total Daily Time: Enter additional daily notes below if desired. 3 hrs.