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PfA Key Messages

WORD DOCUMENT INSTRUCTIONS

 

Please follow the instructions below to open any online WORD documents in this section

1. Click the relevant document link

2. Click ‘Save As’ (you may wish to save the document into one of your folders for accessing at a later time)

Depending on your individual system settings – you may need to click the yellow ‘ENABLE EDITING’ button at the top of the page

Preparing for Change (we often call this ‘Transition’)

Transition Team to help 14-25 year olds

The team work with colleagues and partners across Social Care, Health and Education to support young people aged 14-25 with complex needs going through transition.  The team worked with Halton Speak Out and the young people from Halton Bright Sparks in producing the Transition Video – which explains about Preparing for Adulthood.

If you have any problems referring, please email Transition.team@halton.gov.uk with all the relevant information regarding the young person.

Useful Documents

Education & Employment

This includes exploring different employment options, such as support for becoming self-employed and help from supported employment agencies

Independent Living

This means young people having choice, control and freedom over their lives and the support they have, their accommodation and living arrangements, including supported living

Community Inclusion

This includes having friends and supportive relationships and getting involved in the local community

Healthy

This includes being as healthy as possible in adult life