This is the astounding story of how one man's quest to help his daughter led to a whole new way of developing our underlying skills in order to overcome the symptons associated with dyslexia, ADHD and dyspraxia. At the age of nine, Susie Dore was told that nothing could be done to help her dyslexia. Her increasing depression eventually led to three suicide attempts. Her father, Wyford, decided that enough was enough and set about finding a way to help her. He tells of the good fortune of discovering research from Harvard Medical School and the University of Sheffield that gave hope and finally led to a solution that transformed Susie's life. Do you have hidden potential? If you find several of the following challenging then the answer is probably yes: * Reading for pleasure * Handwriting * Concentration for long periods * Short-term memory * Managing frustration/emotional controls * Organising Skills * Writing essays or reports * Remembering times tables * Mixing upper and lower case in free writing * Spelling
About the Author
Wynford Dore foundedthe Dore Achievement Centre in 2000. There are now 50 centers worldwide."