Transition Pathway Services
Transition Pathway Service is a free and impartial information, advice, guidance and support service for all 13 to 19 years olds and up to their 25th birthday for those with additional needs.
All young people have access to transition pathway services whether they are at school, in further or higher education, in training or employment, unemployed or doing voluntary work.
Many young people have difficulty deciding what they want to do after leaving school. Some young people with additional needs in particular require extra help and support at this time. This may be because of a physical or sensory disability, learning or emotional difficulty. As parents or carers, you have a vital role in helping with the decision making process at this stage.
Transition Pathway Services….
- Ensures that all young people and their parents / carers receive the information and support they need.
- Encourages more young people to make the best choices for them personally.
Transition Pathway Services provide information, advice, guidance and support on a wide range of life choices, including:
- Jobs ( if applicable)
- Travel & transport
- Free time
and much more.
Transition Pathway Services has a dedicated team of Personal Advisers (additional needs team) based throughout Essex. They work with young people educated in a special school in or out of County and act in a consultancy capacity to mainstream colleagues.
Details of Out of School Childcare / Specialist Activities & Holiday Play schemes
Club Inclusion – for young adults with learning difficulties and / or disabilities and their carers ( if desired) to meet up with other young adults in an adult environment.
- Billericay – The Blue Boar Public House on Mondays
- Canvey – The King Canute Public House on Thursdays
- Rayleigh – Roebuck Public House on Wednesdays
Contact Sue Bullman: 07747486346