Helen Baines

Chailey Communication Aid Service take on the CMThreePointFourChallenge

Fundraising for Communication Matters / ISAAC (UK)
raised of £50 target
We campaign for those who have no speech to improve communication and understanding


CCAS are supporting Communication Matters in their 3.4 Challenge.

Chailey Communication Aid Service [CCAS] is one of the Specialist AAC Hubs in England commissioned by NHS England, assessing and provide communication aids for children and adults with complex difficulties in Sussex and Surrey.   

CCAS are taking on the 3.4 Challenge by agreeing to walk 3.4 km each day between 21st March [one year since start of lockdown] and 3rd April [3 point 4] to raise funds for Communication Matters [CM] who are struggling financially due to the pandemic. 

The coronavirus pandemic has meant that they have been unable to hold any of their usual events in 2020 including their 34th Annual Conference. As a result they have experienced a huge loss of income in the past year. Without significant fundraising in the coming months the charity will not be able to continue to provide information services for children and adults with significant communication disabilities and the people who work with them.

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About the charity

Communication Matters aims to increase public awareness & knowledge of the needs of people with communication disabilities who benefit from other ways of speaking (e.g. symbols/technology systems). It provides convenient information & organises an annual conference, roadshows & study days UK-wide.

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