Former Recruitment Guru Joins The Dore Programme, Tackling The Root Causes Of Dyslexia, Dyspraxia And ADHD

Leicester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 16, 2009 -- One of the UK's leading learning difficulties organisations, the Dore programme, specialists in tackling the root causes of dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and Asperger's syndrome, has appointed a new CEO following the successful re-launch of the programme in April.

Having spent over 20 years managing several of the leading players in the human resources industry - including Barkers, Park and Bernard Hodes - Guy Hornsby has an impressive track record when it comes to taking service-driven organisations to the next performance level.

Sky sports commentator and former welsh Rugby captain, Scott Quinnell, who is a spokesperson for the Programme says, "This is fantastic news for the Dore Programme. There are so many thousands of people suffering with learning difficulties who simply don't know where to turn. With Guy's direction we will soon be able to reach these people who need our help the most".

The Dore Programme itself is a completely unique approach to tackling learning difficulties such as dyslexia, ADHD, Asperger's syndrome and dyspraxia. The Programme uses simple exercises such as balancing on wobble boards and juggling bean bags to stimulate an area of the brain called the cerebellum, which Dore believes to be the root cause of such learning difficulties.

Hornsby said, "I'm thrilled to be working with the Dore Programme. This is a new, but extremely exciting environment for me and I've already met many people whose lives have been turned around thanks to the Programme. It's great to be involved with something that people are so genuinely passionate about".

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Dore, tackling the root causes of learning difficulties such as, Dyslexia [http://www.dore.co.uk/dyslexia/default.aspx], Dyspraxia, ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 16, 2009 at 4:55 am
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