Afasic Cymru

Supporting parents with children who have difficulties talking and understanding.

HELPLINE: 0300 666 9410

young people

Written By: The Editor on 2 December 2016 No Comment
National Youth Forum seeks new members

Disability Sport Wales are looking for 16 – 24 year old young people, with and without a disability, to join their new, innovative and forward thinking Youth Forum. If you are passionate about inclusive sport and want to be empowered to create an inclusive sporting Wales where every disabled child and young person is hooked on […]

Written By: The Editor on 25 November 2016 No Comment
Afasic Cymru Cardiff youth club - for children who have problems talking and understanding others

Afasic Cymru are delighted to finally open another Big Lottery funded youth club for young people aged 11-17 who have speech, language and communication difficulties.  The new Youth Club is based on Circle Way East, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff CF23 9PD (very near the Harvester restaurant) … look out for the Afasic Cymru banner. The new Cardiff […]

Written By: The Editor on 21 October 2016 No Comment
Afasic Cymru Cardiff youth club open evening - 24 November 2016

Afasic Cymru are delighted to finally open a youth club in Cardiff for young people aged 11-17 who have speech, language and communication difficulties. An open evening for young people and their parents/carers will take place on Thursday 24th November at 6.30pm.   Come along to find out more – further details below:

Written By: The Editor on 9 September 2016 No Comment
Afasic Cymru youth group driving lessons

A group of young people from North Wales got the chance to experience driving a car in Lleweni Parc, Denbigh. The lessons provided by Autotutors Young Driving School taught the group new driving skills and useful tips about car maintenance. Everyone had a great time.  Many thanks to Autotutors.

Written By: The Editor on 12 February 2016 No Comment
James Bishop receives Endeavour prize

James Bishop was awarded a M.W. and M.H. Prichard Bequest Prize for Ysgol Friars, Bangor. James was presented with the prize by Mrs Evelyn Butler, Mayor of Bangor on Thursday 4 February at the Prichard Jones Hall at Bangor University. Two children from each year group are awarded a prize in each of the following […]