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Name: Lucy
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For my final project at university I am designing a publication to try and help parents and children with ADHD. I'm focusing on 4-6 year olds - I was wondering what kind of things as a parent you would want to be in such a help pack? I would like it to be able to bridge the gap between home and school, keeping the routine for the child and enabling better progression and improvement with such things and daily routine and early learning. As parents what would you find most useful? I am thinking along the lines of a progress diary so both parents and teachers are up to date; a reward chart; some reminder posters to put up at key points in the home etc. Little things that may help parent and child with a normal daily routine. Your opinions would be very much appreciated as I think this is a real gap in the market! Thank you in advance for your help.
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