Useful Links

Here are a list of useful links. Parent Partnership Service is not responsible for the content of the websites that are listed here.

Autism East Midlands

Autism East Midlands aims to advocate, provide and develop high qulaity services, information, and support, in partnership with others, for all those whose lives are affected by autism.

Council for Disabled Children

Useful information for parents on health and disability issues, from Council for Disabled Children.

Counselling Directory - Connecting you with professional support

If you're in need of support, search our network to be connected with a professional counsellor or psychotherapist.

Futures Apprenticeship Agency

Earn, learn and get skills employers want. Getting paid while you learn might sound too good to be true - but as an employed apprentice that's exactly what you'll do. You will earn money, gain new qualifications, gain new skills and valuable experience. How does it work? We offer high quality apprenticeships for a range of work areas. Apply online today for one of our vacancies. To keep upto date with vacancies follow us on Twitter, we tweet details of every new vacancy @Futures_AA or call 0845 850 8899.

Got a Teenager

For anyone with a teenager in their life. Join for parent-to-parent support, informal advice, useful information and a community of other parents dealing with the same issues as you.

Information, Advice & Support Services Network

The Information, Advice and Support Services Network (IASS Network) supports and promotes the work of Information, Advice and Support (IAS) Services across England. We are based at the Council for Disabled Children.

IRIS Project

IRIS is an Information service for parents and carers of disabled children and young people across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire For more information contact Iris Project on 0115 8533287 or via email contactus@askiris.org.uk

Listening Books

We provide an audiobook service for children and adults with a disability, illness or learning difficulty that prevents them from reading or comfortably holding a book. We provide our audiobooks in 3 formats: MP3 CDs which are sent via Royal, as internet streaming through our website www.listening-books.org.uk and as downloads that can be transferred to a portable player such as an iPod. We have over 7000 titles including fiction and non-fiction titles. We also run a scheme called ‘Sound Learning’, which means that we are able to provide a number of educational titles that are unavailable elsewhere in the audio format, such as ‘Under the Weather: Stories About Climate Change’ by Rob Bowden, ‘Playing on the Edge’ by Neil Arksey and ‘To Kill a Mockingbird: A Text Guide’ by CGP publications.

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