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Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing

18th August 2017

Parents planning a pregnancy who have some concerns about potential chromosomal abnormalities in their developing baby, may like to know about a pilot project running at Nottingham city hospital. 

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Have you had experience of children’s physiotherapy services?

28th July 2017

Would you like an opportunity to take part in a research pilot looking at parents' experiences in this area with a view to making improvements in those services?

Nottingham University is conducting

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Free memberships available for audiobook library service

30th June 2017


Children who have difficulty reading printed books can find themselves missing out on all the enjoyment, comfort and relaxation a great story can bring.  If your child finds it difficult to read in

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Kooth – new online counselling resource for young people aged 11-25 years -

23rd December 2016 is an existing confidential online counselling service which has now been commissioned by Nottinghamshire County Council (going live on January 1st 2007) to provide young people living in

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Please share your views on Education Health and Care (EHC) Plans and Personal Budgets

09th December 2016

Children and young people, families, and practitioners across Nottingham City are being invited to take part in a National Survey looking at the impact of the new Special Educational Needs and

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Ask Us Nottinghamshire **Important Information**

22nd November 2016

Due to staff shortage and increased demand on the service, we are currently struggling to provide our usual level of support for parents.  This situation is likely to continue until at least the end

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Accessible Performances at TRCH

02nd June 2016

The Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall offer a wide range of accessible performances across a variety of shows.  For more information and a full list of shows please visit: Continue Reading

Changes to Nottinghamshires Flexible Short Breaks Service

10th December 2015

There are some changes being made to the Nottinghamshire Flexible Short Breaks Service and how it is accessed.  As a result of this we are currently not taking any more referrals.

There is a

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Does your child have anger management issues?

27th October 2015


Are you desperate to find a way to control your kid?

Does your son or daughter have a bad temper, shout and scream at you?

Do they throw and break things?

Or maybe they even hit you.

The team that

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Council for Disabled Children - The Guidance to parents on Independent Support

12th September 2014

The Independent Support team at Council for Disabled Children have produced a slide pack for parents to help explain what the programme aims to achieve, how it will provide support and where they

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