Authors: Alison Cowen, Pippa Murray and Simon Duffy
This paper provides a clear overview of the Personalised Transition Model as it was first developed in Sheffield and then extended to other localities in Yorkshire & Humber. The model offers a dramatic improvement in the transition experience and is the most far-reaching example of personalisation in action in the UK. This model could not only transform the lives of disabled people and their families, it could also offer a way of improving the post-education experiences of many other young people.
The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.
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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 outlines the benefits of Personalised Transition and how it works in practice.
Pippa Murray explores the change in role and relationship for professionals as they embrace Personalised Transition.
Personalised Transition is the process for enabling families and young people to take control of their support and lives in adult life.