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  • CLAPA Presents at European Cleft Conference in Utrecht

    13 Aug 2019

    Adult Services Coordinator Kenny Ardouin reports back on his time in Utrecht talking about CLAPA's Adult Services Project and learning from others who'd travelled from all around the world.

  • Carol Vorderman Leads Celebrations for CLAPA’s 40th Anniversary

    1 Jul 2019

    On Thursday 27th June, CLAPA celebrated our 40th anniversary with proud Patron Carol Vorderman leading a round of thank-you speeches to founding members and Trustees past and present.

  • CLAPA is Moving!

    12 Apr 2019

    After 15 years in Angel Islington, CLAPA's office is moving to a charity hub in Bethnal Green, East London. Read more to find out how this will impact our services, and to join us in reflecting back on our time on Goswell Road.

  • An Emergency Appeal to the Cleft Community

    30 Jun 2018

    CLAPA’s funding has been cut, and some services are at serious risk of closure. We urgently need your help to make sure this doesn’t happen.

  • What we learned from the Appearance Matters 8 Conference

    26 Jun 2018

    The Appearance Matters 8 Conference took place in June, featuring talks and workshops on everything from body image to dealing with a cleft diagnosis. Here, CLAPA's Adult Services Coordinator reflects on some of the lessons learned.

  • Over the Wall 2018

    8 Dec 2017

    With our residential weekends being in such high demand, we want to keep our community up to date with any opportunities that can help to make sure that the children and young people in the CLAPA Community have the chance to enjoy these kinds of experiences, even when there aren’t CLAPA-run residential weekends coming up in their local area.

  • Awareness Week 2017 – What Have We Been Up To?

    14 May 2017

    As Awareness Week 2017 draws to a close, we look back on some of this week's highlights and how we'll be taking this forward throughout the next year.

  • ICHOM 2016 – A Patient’s Perspective

    17 May 2016

    The ICHOM are an organisation aiming to standardise the ways we measure outcomes for health conditions around the world, including cleft lip and palate. Our very own Chris Williams represented cleft and CLAPA at their latest conference, and here he blogs about what he took away from the experience.