NETA - Laptop and training
The North East Trust for Aphasia is currently redesigning its web site. A lap top would enable remote alterations to be made to the website as and when it goes live. There would also be a requirement for a Dream Weaver software package and training for those involved as web masters.
March 2009 - March 2012
Charity information: North East Trust for Aphasia
Currently, amendments to the web site are carried out from University computers which are only acessible by NETA on one day each week. A lap top would give NETA flexibilty as well as a means to promote the charity at a range of presentations.
A laptop would enable web masters to share the role, making NETA more able to react and update its web site on a regular basis. this in turn would be beneficial to the membership of the organisation.
To ensure that the web site is current.
Activities» Remote updating facilty.
Success will be...a current professinally updated web site
To train the web masters
Activities» Offer supported training to the web masters
Success will be...a team of well trained web masters.
The NETA web site will be current and professional in appearance.
This should additionally enable more of the membership to enjoy using the site.
External searches should in time increase.
The web committee will control access to the NETA web site.
NETA has a bi-monthly newsletter, which can be forwarded to donors.
Budget - Project Cost: £1,200Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £600 laptop purchase price £100 software Dream Weaver £500 training for 2 web masters
The North East Trust for Aphasia is based at the Aphasia Centre at Newcastle University. The charity has access to the facilities on a Thursday each week.
People with aphasia and their families and carers.
NETA uses no descrimination, anyone in the North East with aphasia is welcome to participate in the organisation.
Aphasia is a little known or understood condition, yet it is believed that over 8000 people in the North East have aphasia. Aphasia is most commenly caused by stroke or other brain trauma. According to the Stroke Assoc - over 100,000 people have a stroke each year and about a third of these have some level of aphasia.
NETA is the only charity in the North East which specifically supports aphasia.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Trustee and web master
Trustee and web master