“Over the last nine years I have seen many people – adults and children – who have significantly benefitted from the Dore Programme.”
(PRWEB) July 12, 2010
On the 20th July 2010, the Dore Programme will be celebrating one year in Stratford upon Avon.
The Dore Program is celebrating a year in Stratford upon Avon this July with plans to mark the special occasion before the year is out. The Dore Team are celebrating the achievements of the previous year and remain positive about continued success and innovation of their drug free programmes.
It is estimated that approximately one in five people suffer from learning difficulties and poor concentration. This can result in a struggle to complete tasks that others take for granted which can prove frustrating, tiring and can severely diminish confidence and quality of life. There are many different coping strategies on offer, but one very different approach by Dore aims to tackle the root cause of the issues rather than working on how to cope with the symptoms.
The Dore Programme has been based in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire for over a year now, and during that time has offered a unique drug-free personalised exercise programme designed to stimulate the part of the brain (the cerebellum) which impacts our capacity to learn and process information. Dore see people from all parts of the UK and even have clients from the rest of the world coming to Warwickshire.
“Over the last nine years I have seen many people – adults and children – who have significantly benefitted from the Dore Programme. Many have seen life changing improvements”
Dr. Sara Chamberlain, Dore.
The Programme gets to the core of learning difficulties by improving the efficiency of the cerebellum (the brain’s skill centre). Poor cerebellar efficiency causes difficulties in making some skills automatic, meaning that we struggle to do them without thinking. This can significantly impact on learning and achievement even with normal or above average intelligence.
As the anniversary approaches the Dore Programme shows no signs of slowing. The Programme is based around a practical exercise routine developed by doctors which requires real application and dedication from each participant with assistance from Dore’s professional support team.
The Programme is accessible to all from the age of seven and is tailored for each individual. The individual will start at a level which is dependent on the results from assessments undertaken at an initial assessment with a Doctor and Coaches which cover areas such as reading and writing, coordination and attention.
The Programme aims to improve concentration, co-ordination, emotional control and confidence which are all symptoms associated with conditions widely referred to as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome. Dore management and those helped by the initiate alike look forward to continuing to tackle these conditions successfully over the coming year.
For further information, please see dore.co.uk or telephone 0333 123 0100 to speak to one of our programme advisors.