I have a rising 6th grader with ADHD and his writing is terrible and has been a consistent source of frustration for him and a problem at school. He’s transitioning to typing, but my wife and I have been concerned about his ability to leave simple notes for people or fill out forms or do the everyday printing he’s going to have to do as an adult. This notebook has turned his world around. After a single use it is like a light went off in his head. He is able to clearly see and organize his own writing. It’s as if the page has opened up for him. He is more consistently self-correcting form and spelling errors and – this is the best part – it has made him want to write all on his own. As in just sitting down and doing some writing. Not a novel or even more than a couple sentences, mind you. But the fact that he wants to do any writing at all is mind-blowing. We have seen these changes in less than a week! He’s been working with an occupational therapist on some executive functioning and other ADHD-related issues, and she is amazed at the progress he’s made in just a week. She has asked for the link to this so she can have it in her toolbox for her patients. One of the first things he asked when he started using the notebook was whether he could use it at school. He’s going in to 6th grade, and the cover of the notebook says it’s for grades 1-3 and has some pretty young cartoonish characters on it. So I just took some duct tape and neatly covered the whole thing, and he can write on it or put stickers on it or do whatever he wants. Now it just looks like a tweens notepad. This is a total game changer for my son, and we’ll be buying lots of these going forward. If you’re thinking about giving this a shot, you really can’t lose at this price, and it might just make all the difference.