Afasic Cymru

Supporting parents with children who have difficulties talking and understanding.

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Afasic’s work

Written By: The Editor on 9 September 2016 No Comment
Help Afasic improve our services and enter a £100 prize draw

At Afasic, we need your feedback to help us understand which of our current support services are most useful, and what YOU would like to see from us in the future.  So we would be very grateful indeed if you could complete a short survey, ideally by accessing this online through Survey Monkey.  However, if […]

Written By: The Editor on 16 October 2015 No Comment
Afasic Trustee for Wales

We are currently looking to recruit a Trustee to represent the interests of our families in Wales. Candidates should be, enthusiastic and committed individuals and a parent member of Afasic. This role is voluntary and therefore unpaid (although reasonable travel expenses will be met). Administrative support is provided by the CEO’s PA. To find out […]

Written By: The Editor on 11 September 2015 No Comment

In recent weeks and months, fundraising within the charity sector has received a lot of attention in the press and unfortunately, it has not been because of the fantastic and life changing projects that many charities make possible. We at Afasic take great pride in the wonderful relationships we have with our members, donors and […]

Written By: The Editor on 1 September 2015 No Comment
Morgan Foundation funds Afasic Cymru

Afasic Cymru were delighted to receive a 3 year grant from the Morgan Foundation. The cheque presentation was made by Jane Harris from the Morgan Foundation at the north Wales Family event at Bodelwyddan Castle on 25 August. This funding has enabled us to employ two part time Family Support Workers covering Anglesey and Gwynedd. […]

Written By: The Editor on 24 April 2015 No Comment
Afasic Abstract

The Afasic Abstract brings accessible information about the latest developments in research and practice to parents and professionals. In the latest edition we look at What Works for Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), a report prepared by The Communication Trust. It is free to download. Find out more >>