Virtual Monthly Parent Talks

We alternate between discussions for 'new to dyslexia' and 'more veteran' parents; however, all parents are welcome to either talk.

See the list of events below for details

Recorded EventsA collection of DDMN and community events

Don’t see an event scheduled that interests you? Here are some other ways to connect with us and other parents:

Facebook: Dyslexia in MN – Parent Support

In addition to our public FB site, we have a closed FB group is for parents in Minnesota to support each other and discuss dyslexia advocacy. The intention is to have a place for parents to ask questions and to share information on local and state levels. Let's support each other and help lead our state to a better tomorrow.

Instagram: dyslexiamn

Twitter: @DyslexiaMN

  • Thursday, March 30, 2023 at 07:00 PM

    DDMN Parent Talk: New to Dyslexia

    Has your child just been diagnosed with something that impacts 5-15% of the general population? Is the school not as helpful as you were hoping? Please join us for an informative and educational discussion on the topic of dyslexia and where to find resources to help our children. This is geared towards parents of children with a new dyslexia diagnosis, not intended for school administrators.

    FREE to attend; registration is required.

    Due to the discussion of minors, Decoding Dyslexia Minnesota prohibits videotaping and the improper disclosure of personally identifiable information derived from the discussion.

  • Tuesday, April 18, 2023 at 10:00 AM
    MN State Capitol Rotunda in St. Paul, MN

    MN Literacy Day at the Capitol 2023


    Join us for a powerful rally with students, teachers, parents, advocates, community members, and legislators. Let your voices be heard in support of Bills promoting teacher professional development and improved reading curricula, based on the Science of Reading, as well as data collection and evaluation. Bring your children and friends. Reach out now to your Senator and Representative for an afternoon meeting about Literacy on April 18. This is an excellent way to introduce your children to government in action. With a $17.5 billion budget surplus, NOW is the time to advocate and be heard by your elected officials. We can’t wait to see you there!

    The rally starts at 10:00 am, Group photos will be taken just before or right afterward.
    Make an appointment to meet your legislators while you are there! Find the contact info for your Senator and Representative here.