Fed up with homework hassle and negative emails from school?

What if I told you that even if your child hasn't learned much yet, it might be a good sign. Your child is probably completely misunderstood. Poor reading, concentration and behaviour is often a sign of overload. NOT a weak brain with less intelligence.

Some of the brightest and most successful people on this planet dropped out of school, struggled to learn and couldn't sit still. (Think Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates). So how dare ANYONE call your child lazy, slow or (God forbid) stupid. What a brain needs is stimulation. Not criticism. Not isolation. Not a label. Unless it is a reward or a diploma.

Can you see how everyone is doing the wrong thing to your child (with the best intentions)?
It is time to change and you are the best person to help your child.

About my programme:​

I am Wynford Dore, I am a successful entrepreneur, father and neuroscience-geek. One day I received a phone call that changed my life. My daughter had tried to kill herself after years of dealing with learning difficulties which had ruined her childhood and stolen her confidence.

I sold my businesses and dedicated all my time and energy to finding a solution to help my daughter. At that point I made a promise to myself to help get this solution out to other parents so that they wouldn’t have to go through what I had.

What satisfied parents say:

Stine
No longer needs medication, reads and gets good grades

Stine Norman, mother of Amalie

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Melanie
It had a HUGE impact on my son

Melanie Christensen, mother of Tobias

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Claire
From bottom of the class to the top

Claire Purdy, mother of Jed

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Minoo
From exam stress to high performance

Minoo Osbourne, mother of Natasha and Natalia

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Julie
First 'A' grade ever!

Julie Randall, mother of Nathan

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Notice: Evidence in support of any claims is inconclusive, so your results may vary.
At this time, we do not have any research regarding generally expected results that you may achieve.

Kids withZing motivates your child. We motivate you. It's easy. Here's how:

  • Monthly cognitive assessments online to assess your child's brain development
  • Daily, personalised exercises on your phone or computer
  • Weekly educational videos from Wynford Dore
  • Coaching and support in a closed Facebook group
  • Overcome hurdles and get faster results in live webinars with coaches

Online, customised brain programme for children who struggle in school

Everything is done from your home on a phone or computer. You will get instant access via email and we will guide you through the process. No techie skills needed.

Want to talk to us about it?

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Who is it for?

Dedicated parents of children over 7 years old whose child struggles with reading, writing, concentration or behaviour. Parents who FEEL that their child has more potential and has NO MORE TIME to wait for a solution.

Parents who are willing to take the challenge and dedicate 20 minutes every day for 6 months for the sake of their child’s future.

Who is it NOT for?

Parents who still leave the total responsibility for their child's development and happiness to the schooling system.

Your investment in your child's future for the 6 month online programme:

Limited time offer

Original price $996/£784/€890

NOW $498/£392/€445

Or pay in easy affordable installments: 6 x $91/£72/€81

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You will get instant access to the online programme via email.
Can't wait to work with you...

Money Back Guarantee:

If your child completes the daily exercises for 13 weeks without significant changes you get a full money back guarantee. The online program logs your child's compliance and the monthly insight feedback tells you how your child is improving and customises the exercises based on the child's performance.

Every brain is different. Every Zing programme is different for each child. The system is dynamic and intelligent as no "one size fits all" is good enough here. Which is why we haven't had any children who have fully complied with the programme and not reported seeing significant progress.