Afasic Cymru

Supporting parents with children who have difficulties talking and understanding.

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Written By: The Editor on 14 July 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru chosen charity by Carten100 - July 2017

Afasic Cymru was delighted to be one of CARTEN100 chosen charities this year. CARTEN100 is a 100 mile “fun cycle ride” from Cardiff to Tenby; its two main objectives are to set an achievable challenge for novice riders to encourage them to become fit and enjoy cycling, and to raise money for good causes – […]

Written By: The Editor on 23 June 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru 15 Anniversary - helpling children who have difficulties talking and understanding what others say

Afasic Cymru is celebrating its 15th anniversary of providing help and support to children, young people and families affected by speech, language and communication disorders. At least 6% of children and young people in Wales are affected by this often hidden disability and Afasic Cymru is the only organisation providing specialist help and support to […]

Written By: The Editor on 21 April 2017 No Comment
Choose Afasic Cymru as your Co-op local cause

When Members buy Co-op branded products and services, the Co-op will give 1% to a local cause. Your support will benefit your community by helping us to fund our local Youth Projects. Go online to the Co-op website and make Afasic Cymru your cause. Find out more:

Written By: The Editor on 3 March 2017 No Comment
Support Rachel Chapman in the London Marathon 2017. Raising money for Afasic Cymru.

Rachel Chapman, a speech and language therapist based in Bridgend is running the London Marathon on 23 April 2017 to raise money for Afasic Cymru. Rachel is doing all the hard work and is currently ‘in training’ to complete the challenge. Please support and sponsor Rachel. Donate online >>

Written By: The Editor on 7 February 2017 No Comment
Afasic Tongue Twister Challenge

The Afasic Tongue Twister Challenge is a fun and simple way to raise awareness of Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN). The idea for this challenge came from the children at Backstage Youth Group in North Wales, which is run in partnership with Tape Community Music and Film. You can get involved by following these […]