Our expert says:
OK< I don't specilaize in, nor have much experience with ADHD and childhood developmental disorders --- that would be in the province of a paediatrician or child psychiatrist. However, here are some thoughts.
At an earlier age, mirror writing is quite common, as it takes a while for a child to develop a reliable sense of "sidedness" --- Left/Right. And it does seem more common in Left-Handed children. It may persist into adulthood as a skill ( some people can do it easily, by choice, as did leonardo Da Vinci, who chose to write his diaries in mirror. Its less common by 6 or 7. and may then be related to forms of Dyslexia, and then a psychologist specializing in learning disabilities may be best able to assess this.
As for question 2, I really don't know. As the techer says, excitement at an approaching birthday party could be relevant, but this really needs the opinion of the ADHD expert ( remind him to take his tablets !) or your paediatrician. As I understand it quite often the ADHD features may indeed lessen and fade as a child grows older.
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