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A national network committed to improving the experience of children and young adults (14 to 25 years) with additional support needs as they make the transition to young adult life.
Information explaining opportunities and rights for pupils aged 16 and over who have additional support needs & post school options.
National Star
A provider of specialist further education, training, personal development and residential services for people with physical and learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries.
Compass is for parents and carers of all young people in Scotland who need support as they make the transition to young adult life.
The purpose of the ILF Scotland Transition Fund is to help young disabled people, between the ages of 16 and 25, with the transition after leaving school or children’s services to be more independent, more active and engaged in their community and to build and maintain relationships with other people.
Y.O.U can support you to facilitate a person-centred plan and help you dream BIG and reach your full potential.
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