The Afasic Abstract brings accessible information about the latest developments in research and practice to parents and professionals. It is free to download. In this edition of Afasic Abstract we look at peer relations. Peer relationships are an important dimension of development for all children. Parents and professionals have often raised concerns about the peer more »
Afasic is delighted that internationally renowned Jazz and cabaret singer Salena Jones and her wonderful sextet will perform for Afasic at the Pheasantry, London on Saturday 13 September. For more information and to book tickets go to our Musical Evening page. All proceeds will go to Afasic, so we hope to see you there.
Under new rules, Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA) awards for the academic year 2014/15 onwards will be restricted to applicants meeting the 2010 Equality Act definition of disability. This stipulates that the person in question should have a ‘long-term’ physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ impact on their ability to carry out ‘normal everyday more »
Entries are now closed for the Afasic London to Cambridge ride, but you can still support ‘Ted’ and the team by texting ‘Talk53 £3’ to 70070 to donate £3; or you can sponsor the team at JustGiving. Anything that you can do to support us will be greatly appreciated. You can follow the teams’ progress more »
The Afasic 100 Challenge starts on 21 June, take on your own unique challenge to raise at least £100 for Afasic over 100 days to help children and young people with communication problems to reach their potential and raise awareness of their difficulties. ‘Ted’ is organising a Teddy Bears Picnic (idea no. 91), what are more »
We hope you will want to join in our weekend of sponsored walks (with added talking) that will be taking place between Friday 12 and Sunday 14 September 2014. Our aim is for lots of family friendly, fun events to take place all over the UK that will help to raise much needed funds for more »