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, December 08, 2022 at 05:00 PM

    Doctor Dyslexia Dude

    Dr. Shawn Robinson will share his story of navigating special education unidentified and unsupported with dyslexia and the journey that would take him from SPED to PHD. Rachel Berger, from Decoding Dyslexia MN, will interview him on his experiences and recommendations, plus moderate audience Q & A.

    ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE; Dr. Shawn Robinson is changing the narrative for students with dyslexia and proving what is possible!

    Dr. Shawn Anthony Robinson, Ph.D. has been personally affected by dyslexia. Having grown up in Illinois, he was officially diagnosed with dyslexia going into his senior year of high school. Robinson graduated from New Trier high school reading at an elementary level and started the Project Success summer program in 1996 at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. With the help of the Project Success program, along with Dr. William Kitz, Michael Flanagan, and others, Robinson learned to read. He went on to receive bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees.

    Dr. Robinson’s goal is to change the narrative and give all students HOPE!

     

    This community event is FREE to the public, but you must register to attend.

     

    *Paid parking is available in the Minneapolis Central Library underground ramp; the entrance is on 4th St.

     

    This event is put on by Decoding Dyslexia MN, MN National Parents Union, and Great MN Schools.