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Simple Exercise Plan for Dyslexics

Over on TheMedicalCentre.co.uk  they have a short article on exercises for dyslexia. These are simple balance and co-ordination activities similar to those used by DDAT. Obviously a very basic plan and nowhere near as comprehensive or personalised as you get from a commercial programme but a good starting point if you can’t afford or get to a DDAT clinic. 
The web site has a range of articles covering information an advice on dyscalculia, dyslexia and ADHD covering such topics as nutrition, drug therapies, home education and  life skills.

10 Comments

  1. jillcornforth

    I have been trying to find the simple exercises for dyslexia, mentioned in the article on the Medical centre, but have had no luck getting onto the site. Any suggestions. I just want to try them with my daughter withoout the cost of a personalised assessment.
    Thanks

  2. On the home page of your site you state that “Five years on, I’m no longer dyslexic.” Do you mean that it took 5 years of doing Dore exercises before you were cured or that you are still cured 5 years after having completed the program?

    How long did it take for you to start seeing appreciable results? How long did the cure take exactly?

    Thanks!

  3. pablo

    when is was a child, i had problems telling the right from the left, now many years after i do not have that problem cause my father sign me up for a therapy an followed a treatment, but now that ì’m working with computers i realized that i have dislexya, because i tend to misplaced the position of the letters in a word, everytime I write. Could anyone here could reccomend me a website where i can find exercises and tips to cope with this problem, thanks..

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