Afasic Cymru

Supporting parents with children who have difficulties talking and understanding.

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Written By: The Editor on 13 April 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru charity partner - Steps Training

We at Afasic Cymru are delighted to have been selected to be the first charity partner for Steps Training. Steps Training are a cost effective and bespoke training service based in Cardiff Bay. They will be offering Afasic Cymru a bespoke training course for up to 12 parents/carers…more details to follow soon. Steps Training will […]

Written By: The Editor on 31 March 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru - carer drop-in sessions North Wales

Are you a Carer? If you need advice and information on the support and services that might be available to you as a Carer, call in at the free Carers Drop In Service on the dates and locations (in the download below) to meet a member of the Carers Team who would be happy to […]

Written By: The Editor on 17 March 2017 No Comment
Meadowbank School open afternoon - 22 May 2017

Does your child need help with: Talking to others and making friends? Following instructions at home or at school? Speaking clearly and explaining what they mean? Managing their behaviour and emotions? There is a school in Cardiff that specialises in helping children who find these skills very difficult. Want to find out more? Meadowbank School […]

Written By: The Editor on 17 March 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru - carer's workshops March and May 2017

Being a Carer, Carer’s Rights and the Carer’s Assessment This free course is aimed at any carer who would like to learn more about their legal rights. The course will be held in Swansea on 29 March and in St Asaph on 10 May 2017. To find out more, please see our training events page.

Written By: The Editor on 27 January 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru parent support groups - helping your child to talk and understand what others say

Afasic Cymru has over 20 parent support groups in various locations across Wales. These drop-in sessions can help if your child has difficulties talking and understanding what others say. Please come along and meet other families in a similar situation – you will receive a warm welcome. Find out more >>