Futures for You Wins New Contract Providing Support to Children, Young People and Families

3rd July, 2018 Read time: 1 min

Today, Futures for You, part of The Futures Group, launches a new service bringing together the services of AskUs, Iris and SEND engagement to create a new Information, Advice and Support Service across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, known as an IASS.

Amanda Payne, Operations Manager for the new IASS service said:

"We will have feedback at every stage of our service offer and so would love to hear from families about what works well. We want to develop the service to be able to support those who most need it.”

We have a long history of supporting the people of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to make the most out of life, and have worked in partnership with the local authorities for over 25 years. Delivering support services to schools including mainstream, special and independent schools, is something we have always done in conjunction with supporting young people not in education, employment or training.

The support on offer includes:

  • Free confidential, impartial, information and advice regarding education, care and support
  • Advice for families applying for an Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessment
  • Quarterly magazine and monthly newsletter

The new single point of contact for this service is 0800 1217772

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