Parents who fear their children may be dyslexic are being invited to take part in a regional conference at a Warwickshire school tomorrow.
Pupils at Balsall Common Primary School, have already taken part in a project run by Exeter University.
Researchers screened 400 pupils and 40 were found to have learning difficulties, and after completing exercisebased Dore treatment they were re-integrated back into mainstream classes.
Janice Coleman, whose son Simon was responsible for the school becoming involved in the Dore study, has organised the regional conference to allow local people to find out more about this drug-free therapy.
Trevor Davies, the school's head teacher, has become a real advocate for the treatment.
He said: "The conference's evening session will give parents a chance to find out more about Dore, how it works and how it can help their children."
For more information about the Dore lecture for parents call 01676 532254.