This is a story of one man's journey to find a cure for a condition that drove his daughter to attempt suicide.
Wynford Dore's new cure for dyslexia - "the Dore programme" - is a fascinating break through treatment that has been proven to work by thousands of people both up and down the country and internationally.
Wynford's aim is that one day his treatment will reach millions helping all those suffering with dyslexia.
This book is a thorough and comprehensive guide to the Dore programme, detailing how to identify learning difficulties, explaining attention deficit disorder, autism and asperger's syndrome, and taking us on the journey of the discovery of a cure.
With examples, diagrams and case studies this really is a book for the everyday people looking for advice and solutions - with chapters on Toyah Wilcox and rugby star Kenny Logan, explaining how they conquered dyslexia.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 272 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
- Publication Date: 15/09/2006
- Category: Coping with disability
- ISBN: 9781844542802
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