Afasic Cymru

Supporting parents with children who have difficulties talking and understanding.

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Written By: The Editor on 24 February 2017 No Comment
ALN Bill easy read in English and Welsh - Afasic Cymru

An easy read explanation in English and Welsh of the Additional Learning Needs & Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill is now available at the links below: ALN Bill easy read – English ALN Bill easy read – Welsh You can read more about the ALN Bill and keep up to date with any developments on our […]

Written By: The Editor on 3 February 2017 No Comment
Afasic cymru - ALN survey

The Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill. Survey for families, parents and carers The National Assembly’s Children, Young People and Education Committee are looking at the Welsh Government’s proposal for a new law: the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill. This survey is a chance for you to tell Assembly Members […]

Written By: The Editor on 3 February 2017 No Comment
Afasic Cymru is looking for speech and language therapists to work at our youth clubs in North Wales.

We are looking for speech and language therapists to work with young people with SLCN aged 11-17 in two of our youth clubs in North Wales. We are also seeking an assistant youth worker. The youth clubs are held on Thursday evenings during term time and give our young people the opportunity to make friends […]

Written By: The Editor on 13 January 2017 No Comment
Additional Learning Needs regional events 2017

Following the introduction of the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill the Welsh Government will be hosting a number of regional events where you can find out how the Bill will affect you. This is an opportunity to have your say about the proposed new system for supporting learners with additional learning needs […]

Written By: The Editor on 13 January 2017 No Comment
Educational Psychologists in Wales

We would like to draw your attention to guidance which the Welsh Government recently published . The purpose of this document is to inform parents/carers and professionals about the role of educational psychologists (EPs) and their contribution to education in Wales. The document has been written jointly between the Association of Educational Psychologists (AEP) and […]