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On the Move. The experiences of parents of young p eople with complex l earning d ifficulties on transitioning out of school and into post-19 provision . Introduction Context All about transition Plans A and B Methods Findings What’s next. Introduction.

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on the move

On the Move

The experiences of parents of young people with complex learning difficulties on transitioning out of school and into post-19 provision

introduction

Introduction

  • Context
  • All about transition
  • Plans A and B
  • Methods
  • Findings
  • What’s next
Introduction
transition

Year 9

  • Year 11
  • Year 14
  • SEN Code of Practice
  • Connexions Service
Transition
transition1

It is common for the decision on a young person’s new placement to remain undecided until the very end of their last school year, and in some cases, after they had finished and left school (A-PPGA 2009).

  • ‘For those leaving care, boarding or residential college, future independent adult life is a daunting unknown’ (OFSTED 2012 p 7)
Transition
plan a

Qualitative case study

  • Interview leavers
  • Technical issues
  • Consent
Plan A
plan b

Qualitative case study

  • Interview parents & carers
  • Exploring in depth a process, bounded by time and activity, collecting detailed information (Stake 1995), and ‘investigating a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context’ (Yin 2003 p 13).
  • Literature review
Plan B
plan b1

Literature review summary:

  • The organisation of transition was poor
  • Most parents experienced high levels of stress
Plan B
methods

Semi-structured interviews

  • Interview schedule – a linear approach (Cohen et al 2000)
  • First interview a pilot
  • Recorded, transcribed, coded
  • Thematic approach (Braun & Clark (2006)
Methods
findings

After the interviews – interviewee follow-up

  • Two sets of findings
  • First: the facts
  • Reasons for choice of school, what was the process of getting your child in like, did they make progress
  • Second, four main interpretive themes
Findings
what s next

Parental stress a key theme, so…

  • Use the Stress Index for Parenting Adolescents, an off-shoot of the Parenting Stress Index
  • A future study on a longitudinal basis
  • Follow a cohort through
  • Include children and parents
What’s next?
r eferences

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism (2009) Transition to Adulthood – Inquiry into transition to adulthood for young people with autism, London: National Autistic Society

  • Cohen, L, Manion, L & Morrison, K (2000) Research Methods in Education, 5th Edition, London: RoutledgeFalmer
  • Braun, V & Clarke, C (2006) Using thematic analysis in psychology, in Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3, 177 - 197
  • OFSTED (2012) Learning Independence: Views of care leavers, students in residential further education and boarders in boarding schools on moving on to independent life, Manchester: OFSTED
  • Stake, R.E (1995) The Art of Case Study Research, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.
  • Yin, R.K (2003) Case Study Research, 3rd Edition, London: Sage
References