Virtual Magic Camps Seemed To Enhance Self Esteem In ADHD Ch
A new research claims that teaching magic tricks to children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder can enhance their feelings of self-esteem. Study included children aged 8-14, who participated in a virtual magic camp program with disabilities. The camp met three days a week, in sessions from 45 minutes to one hour, over four consecutive weeks, for a total of nine to 12 hours. Participants completed assessments before and after camp, and they and their parents were individually interviewed after camp to explore their camp experience. Self-esteem scores after the magic camp were significantly higher than the self-esteem scores before camp. It was suggested that future studies should investigate the holistic impact of magic camps on children and adolescents.

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