|Headline:||Dore is an individualized cerebellar development program|
|Description:||The Dore Program provides children and adults a medication-free means of addressing learning and concentration difficulties, and challenges with automatized skills. The program uses personalized physical exercise to target cerebellar deficits. People diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, Asperger’s syndrome, and dyspraxia (developmental coordination disorder) benefit from the Dore Program. Through intervention and exercise of the cerebellum, the Dore approach improves clients’ skills in a number of areas, including attention, concentration, coordination, balance, writing, and reading.|
Clients of varying ages, from children to adults, benefit from the Dore Program approach. An initial assessment includes posturography (balance) and dyslexia screening tests, and an ocular-motor examination. A consultation with a program practitioner follows; then the client performs home exercises offered through the myDore website and led by skilled coaches. The program allows for hour-long follow-up assessments every 90 days and includes ongoing support. At the end of the nine- to 18-month program, Dore professionals perform a completion assessment.
Drug-free and based on scientific principles, the practical, twice-a-day exercises involved in the Dore method help the brain’s cerebellum, the center of skill development, to work more efficiently. The program involves individualized, hands-on processes that get to the core of the learning problems. The unique system has garnered great success. Studies conducted indicate that children using it show considerable improvement in behavior and in standardized test scores.
To learn more about the Dore Program, visit the official website at www.doreusa.com or call (601) 326-5550 for an appointment at the Jackson, Mississippi, center. There is also a Cerebellum Center located in Dallas, Texas, and a Dore Program available in the United Kingdom. The program's professionals urge clients to understand that the program is not a quick fix and requires dedication and commitment to receive optimum results.