Transition describes the move from children’s services to adult services. This can involve leaving school, transferring from children and family services to adult social care services, and/or transferring from paediatric services to adult health services.
Thinking Ahead: a planning guide for families1 April 2013
This guide was developed with families so they have the information they need to think about and plan for the future.
Personal planning book1 June 2011
This book is to help people with learning disabilities to create a detailed personal plan.
Prepared for the future?1 September 2009
Information to prepare families when a young person with a learning disabilily is leaving school or college.
What kind of future?1 December 2007
This booklet is for young people and their families, friends and supporters to read and talk about together. It is written in plain English and there is an easy read summary.
We are the strongest link1 May 2005
This peer support training pack aims to help young people with learning disabilities feel stronger about themselves as they go through the transition from school to adult life.
Preparing for the future1 February 2002
The update reports on an action research project which aimed to identify how best to support older family carers and their relatives with learning disabilities plan for a transition from living together in the family home.
Leaving home, moving on1 January 2000
If you are the parent of a teenager or adult with a learning disability who is living at home with you, this booklet is intended for you. It is written to help you understand the different ways in which housing and support can be provided when you start planning with your son and daughter about leaving home.