Transition pathway to adulthood

Transition to adulthood

Transition for young people between the ages of 14-25, who have complex needs or disabilities, may need a coordinated response from a range of agencies.

These pages provide information about the transition pathways for education, health, and social care.

Transition is a process, and not a single event, which can take place over several years.

The links below will give you more information the stages of transition, and the people who can help you.

pathway

The journey through transition
This shows the pathway through transition, to help and support young people and their families prepare for the future

process The transition process
With information on the process and the teams involved


Video

A short film about parents feeding back to Hampshire's director of Children's Services Department on some of the key issues of aiming high www.cassproductions.co.uk/pages/chatwithchief.html

Publications

 
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What am I entitled to?

The local authority is here to help everyone understand their needs and, if required, provide an assessment.

For more information about what help you are entitled to, please see the Who can get help from Adult Services web pages.

Try our online self assessment

Useful links

Other websites

  • Youth Tube - for young people in Hampshire
  • Aspirations for Life - funded by the Department for Education to raise aspirations and expectations for children and young people with a particular focus on employment.
  • Transition Information Network - for people who support disabled young people in transition to adulthood