Technology to assist with transition from primary to secondary school in ADHD
Many children move smoothly through the transition from primary to secondary school. After a few weeks, they know their way around their new school and feel confident – despite, perhaps, feeling nervous about the change. They arrive reasonably equipped with the skills to cope with the more dynamic and demanding environment of secondary school, and will have a level of literacy, numeracy and writing skills that will allow them to access the curriculum.
ADHD in practice 2012; 4(2): 4–6
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