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Information, advice and support for young people from Suffolk SENDIASS

Information You may get the answer to some of your questions by looking through our web pages. You can contact uson your own or with parents or carers for information, advice and support. You can get in touch by phone, text or email – you choose which works best for you. Advice Our friendly staff will listen to your questions and try to offer useful advice and information. We will not tell other people what you have said. The only…

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Confidential information, advice and support for young people from Suffolk SENDIASS

Information You may get the answer to some of your questions by looking through our web pages. You can contact uson your own or with parents or carers for information, advice and support. You can get in touch by phone, text or email – you choose which works best for you. Advice Our friendly staff will listen to your questions and try to offer useful advice and information. We will not tell other people what you have said. The only…

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Join our WhatsApp messaging service

We have re-launched our WhatsApp messaging service. We will now be using WhatsApp’s ‘broadcast’ feature which keeps individual’s number private from other group members. We will be sending messages about things like: Health information News stories from around the UK Details of upcoming meetings, events and webinars Updates from local support organisations Information about social care Opportunities to join workshops, sessions or learning events easy-read information. To receive messages, please text join and your name to 07398 699001.

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Join our WhatsApp messaging service

We have re-launched our WhatsApp messaging service. We will now be using WhatsApp’s ‘broadcast’ feature which keeps individual’s number private from other group members. To receive messages, please text join and your name to 07398 699001 We look forward to welcoming you to the group.

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Inclusive emojis

There are 230 new emojis coming to Apple & Android phones this autumn. The theme this year seems to be a drive towards greater inclusivity. Apple personally proposed more a greater range of disability-themed emoji and they’ll arrive in iOS 13 and Android Q in the next few months. There is a new guide dog, an ear with a hearing aid, a visually impaired person, a hearing impaired person, electric and manual wheelchairs, a prosthetic arm and a prosthetic leg…

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