Our expert says:
That's possible, thoyugh of course there could be other reasons, too. Sometimes a disability isn't a problem, or even something one realizes until a situation like school arrives, which reveals that you are different from other kids, and that there may be things that might limit your ability to enjoy everything they do.
Does she talk about this to you, or would she, with some encouragement ? Some of her fears might be unrealistic, but you can't reassure her without knowing what they are. Some may be very ealistic, but can be prepared for and coped with.
Let her see a child psychologist or child psychiatrist, who can definitely help her prepare ; and have a word with the headmaster of the school she will be attending, maybe even the person who will be her class teacher, and discuss this problem, so they're prepared to help her cope with it.
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