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We believe all children, young people and their families have the right to a positive educational and life experience.

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

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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 Magazine

IRIS 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 2020


In this issue:

  • A Message from Ask Us
  • Personal Health Budgets
  • Turning the Word ‘Vulnerable’on its Head
  • Quadriplegic Sailor to Cross the Atlantic
  • Christmas 2020
  • Protecting our Mental Health During a Pandemic
  • Snowy Chocolate Crackle Biscuits
  • Tiktok Disability Educator Goes Viral
  • Kidz to Adultz Venue to Virtual
  • Information and Helplines
  • Information about Local Mental Health Services for Young People
  • in Nottinghamshire County
  • There She Goes
  • Covid-19 Updated Measures
  • Word Search
  • Including Parents – Webinar Week
  • Frequently Asked Questions of Ask Us
  • Fruit Rockets and Firework Cookies
  • Christmas Rocky Road
  • New Support Project for City Residents

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

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