Pippa Murray explains the main features of Personalised Transition and the difference it can make to the relationship between professionals, disabled people and their families. The talk was given in an interview with Simon Duffy in May 2011.
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Personalised Transition is the process for enabling families and young people to take control of their support and lives in adult life.
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 summarises the main things you need to do to help families plan for themselves and disabled family members.
Personalised education is a widely stated ambition, and some local leaders are making progress, but central systems tend to undermine effective personalisation.
Personalised Transition is a system for enabling young people with complex needs to leave school and to achieve active citizenship within their communities.
This paper provides a clear account of the Personalised Transition that has transformed the post-school experience for many disabled young people.
Pippa Murray outlines the benefits of Personalised Transition and how it works in practice.
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.