Moving from children’s services to adult services is often called transition.
When we talk about transition, we mean the time when a young person, who has care and support needs, moves from childhood into adulthood.
'Adult Care and Support Services', 'Preparing for Adulthood' Team and the 'Maximising Independence' service
Post-16 Education, Staying on at School, Going to Mainstream College, Independent Specialist Colleges, Student Support and Careers Advice
When you grow into an adult you will be making decisions about your healthcare as much as you are able.
There are different options for routes into work such as Study Programmes, Supported Internships, Traineeships and Apprenticeships.
Your home and living circumstances should enable you to have as much independence as you can, whilst ensuring you have the right support to make this happen.
Understanding interests, relationships and finding social opportunities.
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Hear from Portland College student, Nancy, who shares her experience transitioning to mainstream college and her advice for parents or carers.
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