I have one Daniel story. He had a family history report to do but the changed the requirements for him. He only needed to ask the questions and get answers, not right or give an oral report. I procrastinated asking anyone else to do it; so on the morning it was due, I got interviewed. Daniel did not understand how to ask the questions, so I read them for him. Then I told him the answers but he struggled with that so it ended up me asking him, “What is my name?” “Rachel.” “Write that down.” Hesitation, so I spelled it then told him to write our last name. I asked, “When is my birthday?” he shrugged so I told him and spelled it out for him. The next question was “Where was I born,” and I had to write that because he writes too big and it wouldn’t fit. Then, “What was school like when you were young?” I spelled each word carefully for him. That is the way the rest of the report went. I interpreted the questions for him and then spelled out the answers. I’m not sure that is what they had in mind, but it was the best he could do.