Pathway transition to adulthood
0-25 Transition team
South Gloucestershire has created a new 0-25 Transition team to help facilitate and support young people, young adults and their families, partners, providers and communities to find solutions that enable them to continue to live at home or independently within the community. The team supports the Local First.
The Transition Team have produced 4 key transition pathways that have been designed to promote self-support through the local offer. Providing key things to consider when planning to prepare to adulthood.
- 0-25 SEND Transition Team
- Transition pathways
- Steps to achieving transition outcomes
- Presentation on what makes a good transition outcome
- Council for Disabled Children: Education, Health and Care Plans, examples of good practice from year 9 and beyond
South Glos Parents and Carers
A preparing for adulthood transitions guide covering all aspects of SEND for 14-25 years has been produced by South Glos Parents and Carers in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council. More information can be found on the South Glos Parents and Carers website.
Department for Education (DfE)
A supportive tool has been designed by the Department for Education (DfE) to promote consideration of the four PfA outcomes as part of EHC planning across the age range.
This includes consideration of aspirations, activity and provision that can support progress towards the PfA outcomes and what this might mean at diﬀerent ages and stages of development. It is not intended to be a definitive list but is a great starting point.
PfA Factsheet: The Links Between The Children and Families Act 2014 and The Care Act 2014
This factsheet identifies the key elements in both Acts that relate to preparing for adulthood. It will support identify where processes overlap and to consider how they can be effectively joined up. It explores how the legislation can be used to create positive outcomes for disabled young people and those with SEN, with consideration to challenges and barriers, and suggests practical ways of implementing good practice.
PfA Factsheet: The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Supported Decision Making
Preparing for Adulthood (PfA) have worked in partnership with the Transition Information Network (TIN), the Information Advice and Support Services Network (IASSN) and Making Ourselves Heard (MOH) to develop this factsheet.
Mental Capacity Amendment Bill
Mental Capacity is changing and this easy read version has been produced to help explain.
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