Pippa Murray explains Personalised Transition and how it benefits young disabled people and their families. This is an interview with Simon Duffy given in May 2011.
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An evaluation of a new and radical policy innovation in Sheffield which gives young people with disabilities and their families a totally new level of control over their life after school.
Pippa Murray explores the change in role and relationship for professionals as they embrace Personalised Transition.
This paper provides a clear account of the Personalised Transition that has transformed the post-school experience for many disabled young people.
This article outlines the key elements of what is still the most radical version of personalisation in the UK today - integrating health, education and social care funding.
Personalised Transition is the process for enabling families and young people to take control of their support and lives in adult life.