Transition into Adulthood
As young people move from childhood to adulthood, they experience a number of changes. This process is called Transition into Adulthood, and it can be a time of uncertainty and anxiety for the young person and family members, especially when the young person has a disability or additional needs.
Some young people aged 13-19 need a Transition Plan to help them with their Transition into Adulthood. This plan is particularly important if the young person needs additional support in school or college, or from Health and Social Services.
To find out more about Transition Planning:
- Read the guides:
- Watch the videos:
- Download a copy of one of the Transition Plans:
To find out more, download a copy of the Pan Gwent Multi Agency Transition Protocol for Young People with Disabilities and Additional Learning Needs.
Last Modified: 05/12/2018
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