Young People in Transition Support Service

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We support young people to have the life they want and aspire to reach their full potential. We:

  • support young people going through transition from children to adult services.
  • support young people leaving a family home or education services to lead more independent lives as young adults.
  • design an individual transition plan to suit their individual needs and wishes.
  • work alongside other agencies involved in the young person’s life to ensure their journey through transition meets their needs and that the young person and their family members are heard and participate fully in the transition as it is their journey.
  • change the support and services we offer to continually meet the changing needs of the young person as they develop their skills.
  • support the young person to develop more independent living skills, make links within their community, seek further education or look for employment.
  • support the young person with whatever they need and want throughout the transition period and beyond that into adult life.

We have experience of supporting young people in transition within in a variety of settings from low level visiting support to 24 hour supported accommodation.

George’s Story

George is a young man with learning disabilities and complex needs who has had support to move into adult life from school and to move from the family home to his own home – talk about all major life changes at once!

George was part of a well planned transition which happened over a period of time and included all the people who had known him for many years such as family, friends, school staff and health professionals. There were many meetings to make sure things were going smoothly, that everyone was in agreement with the transition plan and that the moves only happened when George and his family were ready.

It was important to George and his family that he was supported by the right staff so his parents helped with the recruitment. The staff selected then spent a lot of time at his family home and at school, getting to know George, his needs and wishes and learning about him from those who knew him well. This helped us put in place support plans which would make sure George was kept healthy, safe and well and able to live the life he chose.

George cannot speak so it is important that he is able to tell staff what he needs and wants and together they have developed an approach using pictures and symbols so that he can do this.

George is settled now in his own home and gets support to do all the things he wants to. He enjoys going to the gym, walking, cycling, sailing, swimming and horseriding.

James Street
Fife, KY12 7QE

01383 741220

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