Case Studies

If you are one of the 10-20% of people in the US who struggle with reading and writing, attention and concentration, balance and coordination, or social skills, you may be encouraged to know that so many others have seen exciting benefits from Dore. With its drug-free treatment program, Dore has offered hope to thousands of people around the world. Its results are astounding, and they’re permanent!


Hunter’s Reading

Posted: 17 May, 2013

Hunter is a student from our Dore Hattiesburg office. We are pleased to highlight his Dore story:   How did you hear about the Dore Program? We received ... Read more...


Jack’s Story

Posted: 18 February, 2013

We are excited about Jack! His mother Chris shares his story below, so click on the image to enlarge and read what she has to say!


Jackson’s Story

Posted: 8 February, 2013

Jackson is a local student to the Dore Jackson office. A student from Copiah Academy, Jackson partipated in the Dore Program through Copiah’s Partner School Program with the ... Read more...


Landon’s Handwriting

Posted: 27 October, 2012

Landon is a Mississippi student whose reading has improved markedly, and his handwriting, often a related challenge for students with reading difficulties, has become much more legible. Notice ... Read more...


Destry’s Writing


Destry is a local Mississippi student who began the program with the hopes of improving his reading and handwriting. Through Dore, he has seen gains in both these ... Read more...

Wesley Tyson

Wesley Tyson

Posted: 6 August, 2012

Robert Tyson is the father of one of our Mississippi students. His son Wesley enrolled in the Dore Program, and he answered a few questions about their experience: ... Read more...

Melody Norris

Letter from a Dore Mom

Posted: 29 June, 2012

Letter from a Dore mom!   Dear Prospective Dore Family, Welcome to a program that can give your family hope and change your future.  I am writing to ... Read more...

Mother and Son

Ben’s Story


Kathy, the mother of one of our Mississippi clients with Asperger Syndrome, recently answered a few questions about her son Ben’s experience with the Dore Program so far: ... Read more...


Conner Allen


Social Skills Improved Conner Allen is a Mississippi student with Asperger syndrome. His mother Sherri recently answered these questions about their experience with the Dore Program:   How ... Read more...



Posted: 22 September, 2010

Heading for a job in computers Vital stats Age – 26 Problem areas – reading, writing, spelling, eye tracking, coordination, self-esteem and confidence Completed Dore – March 2010 Background ... Read more...

Mother and Son


Posted: 21 September, 2010

From a very early age, Charlotte had problems concentrating in class. She couldn’t sit still and would often get up and walk around while the teacher was trying ... Read more...