AFASICAssociation for All Speech Impaired Children (UK)
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Donations in lieu of flowers are requested for AFASIC (c/o Linda Lascalles, 20 Bowling Green Lane, London, EC1R 0BD, or the Percy Hedley School, Station Road, Forest Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE12 8YY.
AFASIC is a self-help group for parents of speech impaired children, 347 Central Markets, Smithfield, London EC1A 9NH, they'll help you too.
Charities to benefit are the RSPCA, medical research including Parkinson's Disease and Crone's and ulcerative colitis, AFASIC for speech-impaired children, Marten House children's hospice, Oak Tree Foundation for Romanian children and Kirkwood Hospice.
AFASIC Cymru supports parents and represents children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).
AFASIC Cymru Family Day at Bodelwyddan Castle takes place on May 29, and thanks to funding from the charity Day-trippers, they are able to offer free places at the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party for young people with speech, language and/or communication needs, that is taking place on the day.
AFASIC Cymru is the only charity in Wales representing children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).
AFASIC Cymru, a charity that represents children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), and their families is organising a Sponsored Swim at Denbigh Leisure Centre in September to raise money for their North Wales projects.
AFASIC - Unlocking Speech and Language Afasic's helpline launched in 1996 to give information to parents, and others, about how accessing support for children with speech and language impairments.
AFASIC Cymru would like to invite parents and carers of young people who have Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) to a workshop to discuss Internet Safety.
All are members of AFASIC Cymru, which organised the taster trip with Angling Cymru (AC), the umbrella group for fishing groups in Wales.
Yvonne Brookes, of AFASIC Cymru, said angling was an ideal way to get the children into the countryside whilst trying something new.