Accommodations and assistive technology are essential in the remote learning environment for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Still, the question is, how do the outlined accommodations listed on the IEP translate to the remote home learning space? Chapter 6 shares tips on replicating individualized accommodations listed on the IEP to accommodate remote learning. The challenge is effectively transferring the accommodations from in-person learning to the remote classroom. Chapter 6 establishes that many accommodations can be replicated at home through educational technology, virtual applications, available household items, or various assistive technology options. Grouped by presentation, setting, response, and scheduling, the most frequently used in-person IEP accommodations are explored and reproduced for remote learning.