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Monday, November 11, 2013

Project DEBUNK -- Maine's Dyslexia Youth Resource

Project DEBUNK, a resource for youth with dyslexia and their families and educators, got some press in October when Governor LePage planned a trip to visit the organization.

But the Project has a lot more going on than a trip from the governor. DEBUNK stands for "Dyslexia Educational Bandwagon, Uniting Noteworthy Kids," and Carmel organization offers workshops, support, resources, tutoring, CEUs for educators, and more. DEBUNK declares on its web page:
Project DEBUNK is here to give Maine families, teachers, schools and others a place to go for truthful information about what dyslexia is, to debunk the myths still surrounding what dyslexia is not, and to support dyslexics through education, understanding, special group activities and tutoring.
Visit Project DEBUNK Dyslexia Center on Facebook or on their website,

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