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Afasic - Unlocking Speech & Language

Around 6% of children starting school have speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) –an average of 2 in every classroom. 

Afasic is the UK charity representing children and young people with speech, language and communication difficulties, working for their inclusion in society and supporting their parents and carers.

Our Advice and Information Services provide support to thousands of people every year, including Helpline and email support, free to download factsheets and access to our local networks.

If you are a parent or young person wanting help and more information  go to www.afasic.org.uk or ring our Helpline on 0300 666 9410.

Who to contact

Name
Helpline
Position
Helpline Manager
Telephone
Helpline 0300 666 9410 / Office 020 7490 9410
Email
hlmgr@afasic.org.uk
Website
http://www.afasic.org.uk
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Address
Afasic
1st Floor, 20 Bowling Green Lane
London
Postcode
EC1R 0BD

Where to go

Area served
Suffolk
Notes

UK wide Information and Advice services

Days & Times

Helpline Monday to Friday 10.30am to 2.30pm / Office 9am - 5pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
All year

Other details

Referral required?
No
Referral and availability notes

Self-referral

Age Groups
16-25 years, Children (5-11), Young people

Accreditation details
PQASSO

Notes

For ages 0-25 years. Parents/carers.

Last Updated
22/03/2017

Local Offer Local Offer Record

Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities

Our Advice and Information Services provide support to thousands of people every year, including Helpline and email support, free to download factsheets and access to our local networks.

If you are a parent or young person wanting help and more information  go to www.afasic.org.uk or ring our Helpline on 0300 666 9410.

Contact
Helpline Manager
Telephone
Helpline: 0300 666 9410
Email
hlmgr@afasic.org.uk
Links
Afasic
Conditions Supported
Communication difficulties

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