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What we do

We actively work in partnership with parents, schools, our local authorities and other service providers.

Ask Us Nottinghamshire

Ask Us Nottinghamshire can offer support around education issues to SEND young people aged 16-25 and parents of younger children with special educational needs and disabilities.

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The IRIS Project

The IRIS Project is a one-stop shop offering information, advice and support to parents and carers of children and young people with disabilities based in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

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IRIS Magazine | October 2019

In this issue:


  • Rumbletums
  • Autumn Recipes
  • Cherish Me
  • It’s Pantomime Season
  • Colourful Hands
  • Independent Living: Travel and Transport Nottingham
  • Beauty Instagrammers with Disabilities
  • Charlotte Moves Onto Further Education

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IASS video for Children and Young People - what they are/how they can help?

A short video looking at what IAS services are, what they can do, and how they can help.

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Latest Ask Us Nottinghamshire News

Colourful Hands

Colourful hands is a local project founded by Matthew Dolby. The organisation currently provides a range of services…

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It’s Pantomime Season! (Oh Yes it Is!)

Each year we like to find out what’s going on at theatres over the festive season

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Introducing Cherish Me

This summer, IRIS met Carolyn Clarke, the founder of Cherish Me, a company set up by a mum who wants to change…

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October’s Featured Group: Rumbletums

Rumbletums, in Kimberley, is a community hub with a café and supported training project.

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