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Research has shown that the statutory processes designed to support young people are experienced as confusing and complex, and that there are too few opportunities for young people leaving school.
Norah Fry Research Centre, Bridging the Divide at Transition,
British Institute of Learning Disabilities, 2002
Transition to adult hood: personalisation in planning will require increased access to advocacy and information; person centred planning approaches to be used widely
… deliver a Transition Support Programme for 14-19 year olds, which will promote joint working, a holistic approach, and include access to an advisor or key worker, advocacy and support, and person centred planning approaches. pg18
Person-centred planning approaches should be used, and in particular:
2) to co-ordinate assessments and thereby focus holistically on young people; and
3) to ensure timely decisions are agreed to avoid eleventh-hour changes to plans at the transition deadline.
Transition planning has as its main focus the fulfilment of the hopes, dreams and potential of the disabled young person, in particular to maximise education, training and employment opportunities, to enjoy social relationships and to live independently. Transition plans take a person-centred planning approach. Pg 40