Authors: Alison Cowen, Pippa Murray and Simon Duffy
Personalised Transition demonstrates how a collaborative approach to funding individual budgets for disabled school leavers with complex needs in Sheffield has led to more positive, individualised outcomes for the young people and their families.
This journal 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.
The publisher is the Journal of Integrated Care.
Personalised Transition: A Collaborative Approach to Funding Individual Budgets for Young Disabled People with Complex Needs Leaving School © Alison Cowen, Pippa Murray and Simon Duffy 2011.
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Pippa Murray outlines the benefits of Personalised Transition and how it works in practice.
Personalised Transition is the process for enabling families and young people to take control of their support and lives in adult life.
Personalised Transition is a system for enabling young people with complex needs to leave school and to achieve active citizenship within their communities.
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.