Your questions answered…

What is Dore?

Dore is an individualized, practical, exercise-based Program that works to improve the ability for individuals to process information, develop skills, and build a solid foundation for learning. An effective supplement to strong curriculum, instruction, and mentorship, Dore is a proven and effective intervention that seeks to enhance focus and attention, reading and writing, social skills, athletic performance, and confidence. Dore targets and challenges the cerebellum to unlock the potential for each client to achieve his or her best.

Who is Dore for?

Dore is for students and adults, athletes and learners, young and old who seek to bridge the gap between their potential and performance. Individuals from 7 to 83 have experienced the benefits of the Dore Program, and you can, too!

Dore is not for everyone, however. In order to ensure that you or your loved one is a suitable candidate for the Dore Program, give us a call! One of our team members will speak with you to determine whether the Dore Program is the right path.

How does it work?

The Dore Program focuses on the part of the brain–the cerebellum–responsible for skill-development and making skills automatic. Clients’ individualized activities deliver just the right challenge to the cerebellum to improve the efficiency of this particular area. The result is an improvement in the ability to learn and to process information that may have proven difficult in the past. Reading, writing, concentration, and balance are a few of the key areas where improvements are likely, and many experience benefits to their consistency and confidence!

What’s involved?

The first step is to give us a call! We will spend some time discussing your situation to complete a brief screening questionnaire to learn about your or your student’s history, to hear about your needs and goals, and to determine your suitability for the program.

Once your suitability is determined, we can then schedule an appointment to come to our office for an assessment. You can expect to spend about 3 hours with us where we will take you or your student through a series of–fun!–activities designed to gather specific baseline data that one of our program specialists will use to design your own personalized Dore Program!

You will be ready to begin your program the day after you visit us, and you will be guided daily through your own personalized online myDore system to achieve your goals.

What does it cost?

To reflect the individualized nature of the program, we recommend that you give us a call to discuss your own personalized situation. Reach out to one of our team members at 601-326-5550 for Mississippi and 214-303-9827 for Texas. We look forward to speaking with you!

How long does it take?

Each exercise session lasts about 10 minutes, twice daily, one morning and one evening, and their performed at home or school. But, like any commitment, it takes just that, and our team is committed to ensuring that each participant has the tools and support he or she needs be successful.

The program lasts from 9-18 months which differs from person to person, and once the program is complete, the change is lasting! Clients may stop their activities and continue forward with an enhanced ability to process information and learn!

When will I see improvements?

Some people see improvements within a month. For others, it can take a few months and, for others, even longer. The reality is that each client responds differently, but the result is the same: We seek the bring out the best in each individual, and we ensure that every client reaches that potential at his or her own pace.

Does it work for everyone?

It is important to note that Dore is not for everyone. Our screening process is designed to determine which individuals are suitable for our program, so we are able to ensure that those who begin the program are good candidates. While goals for different individuals look very differently, the outcome is similar: improved ability to perform skills and process information. Give us a call, and we will work with you to determine the best path forward.

What qualifications do your team members have?

Our multi-disciplinary team consists of specialists from a variety of backgrounds, each working together for the benefit of our students. Some have backgrounds in education, while others have worked as psychologists, counselors, or clinicians, but each of our team members has undergone extensive training, plus gained substantial experience with helping people with learning difficulties. Most importantly, though, each of us is dedicated to helping you or your child get the very best out of the Dore Program.

Do you offer guarantees?

We do not offer guarantees. This is because it is up to you to perform your activities and to practice the things you wish to improve, and only you can guarantee that! But we truly work to make each Dore story a successfuly one, and it is our mission to provide access to the program to those who may benefit from it. So you will be in good hands, and the caring team works diligently to find solutions to the needs of each individual.

Isn’t there a Dore Sport Program?

Yes! The Dore Sport Program offers athletes the opportunity to gain an edge on their competition. Dore Sport was developed after elite athletes completed the Dore Program and noticed great improvements in their sports abilities. Dore Sport is designed for elite and aspiring athletes. Visit or Dore Sport on facebook to learn more!

Dore Sport: Brandon, Josh, Blake, Neal, and DJ

The Dore Sport program in Jackson, Mississippi is an innovative 6 to 9 month drug free program developed in England that uses high intensity exercises to stimulate the cerebellum—the brain’s skill development center. Athletes of all sorts—basketball, baseball, football, golf, soccer, tennis and rugby players—have seen improvement in concentration and focus, decision making, consistency, spatial awareness, skill development and emotional control. Athletes undergo a comprehensive evaluation to gage how efficiently their cerebellum is working before they begin the program. An eye tracking exam, balance and coordination tests and a sport specific assessment allow the program to be tailored to individual needs. Athletes are given equipment to aid in their exercises and shown how to log in to view each days exercises.