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SEND IASS Staffordshire Family Partnership

SENDIASS StaffordshireStaffordshire SEND Family Partnership has had a rebrand, and has moved!

To access the new website please visit:

www.staffs-iass.org

We have changed our title to include ‘Information, Advice and Support Service’ so we will now be known as SENDIASS – Staffordshire Family Partnership. We decided to update our logo but to save on printing costs and wasting leaflets we will continue to provide leaflets under the old logo until our current supply runs out. All our leaflets are available on our site for you to download at your convenience.

There are news items and regular updates for what’s on with the SUN (Staffordshire Umbrella Network) events across the county. Please continue to support these events so that we can continue to develop to suit your topics of interest.

We have a team of SEND Family Partnership Officers who will continue to support Parents and Carers of Children and Young People with SEND (0-25) and also Children and Young People with SEND. It’s business as usual!

I hope you will have a look at the new site and let us have your feedback through our contact details so we can continually improve our service to you.

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