Connect – the communication disability network
Annual review 2002/03

‘In my view, the report is a model of its kind; succinct and crisp, with just the right tone of voice and conveying clearly the organisation’s achievements and aspirations’ Publications consultant

Connect works with people who have aphasia; a form of communication disability, usually caused by stroke.

This annual review had to articulate the visionary, groundbreaking, sensitive, realistic and practical nature of this small but important charity, at a time when it was little-known.

It uses a calendar format to introduce the many facets of Connect’s work. The calendar was designed to be useful for those with communication disability as well supporters and professionals, such as speech and language therapists. Each calendar month showcased up-coming training courses too, with a telephone number to drive additional bookings – and revenue.

‘My PA had given me my reading file and tucked in it was your impact report – and it is sensational… You get a real feel for the pathos and intensity of the experience; the listening to people that seems to be at the heart of things. Finally, you have made a difference with modest means very well spent. Brilliant’  Charity chief executive

To make contact, please email Lisa or give her a call on 07811 697 243

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