Dyslexia is one of the words Wynford Dore will not ever forget in his entire life. Why? His daughter, Susie was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of nine. Since then, her daughter was different from the rest. Her learning ability is not at par. She struggles a lot at school. She can’t even read and write just like other children of her age do. The day to day life was a struggle. She felt like she does not belong. Her self-esteem and self-confidence are extremely low.
When she was in her early 20s, she suffered depression. Her depression rooted from the fact that her siblings are living their life. They are pursuing their dreams and have a beautiful career ahead of them.
On the other hand, Susie continues to battle with dyslexia. Her depression worsened. She isolated herself. She even attempted to take her own life thrice. Fortunately, she was saved. From then on, Wynford Dore promised himself that he is going to find a cure for his daughter’s problem.
In the United Kingdom, the name Wynford Dore is not new. He is a successful businessman who popularized the use of fire-resistant paint. He owned and sold multiple successful companies. He was born from a working-class family but through his intelligence, skills, and charisma, he was able to make millions of dollars from his business endeavors. However, his richness means nothing if he couldn’t find a solution to his daughter’s condition. So, he set up a research and development team responsible for finding more information about dyslexia and how can it be cured. He learns how brain works and the possible factors that could affect the person’s ability to learn.
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This has paved a way to the birth of the Dore Programme. It is an exercise-based program that targets dyslexia and other types of neurodevelopmental disorders. Unlike the conventional way of treating dyslexia, the Dore Programme does not use any forms of drugs. What it does is it rewires the neural pathways in the brain to make an inactive cerebellum perform the way it is supposed to.
The Dore Programme is made available to everyone as Wynford Dore opened its first Dore Centre in the UK in 2000. His exercise-based and drug-free approach to treating learning difficulties has caught the interest of the media including the BBC and the Sunday Times. It has even caught the attention of high profile documentary makers like 60 Minutes in the US and Trevor McDonald in the United Kingdom. More Dore Centres were opened in other parts of the world. Wynford Dore has also written a book, Dyslexia: The Miracle Cure. His second book will be published this year.