Improving Transition Planning for Young People with Special Educational Needs

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Contents
List of tables and figuresix
Acknowledgementsx
1Introduction1
1.1Why this book1
1.2The structure of the book2
1.3Who are the young people?3
1.4What is transition?3
1.5Transition to what?9
1.6The young people11
1.7Conclusions16
Improving transition planning17
2The policy framework18
2.1Introduction18
2.2Education policy19
2.3Employment policy23
2.4Health and social care policy23
2.5Interdepartmental policy24
2.6Conclusions26
Improving transition planning27
3How the decisions were made28
3.1Introduction28
3.2What kind of decisions?29
3.3How the decisions were made30
3.4Conclusions40
Improving transition planning42
4The young people's stories44
4.1Introduction44
4.2Exploring who they are and who they want to become46
4.3Influences on choices48

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables and Figures ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: The Policy Framework 18
  • 3: How the Decisions Were Made 28
  • 4: The Young People's Stories 44
  • 5: Listening to Parents 65
  • 6: Professionals, Policies and Procedures 78
  • 7: How to Improve Transition Planning 91
  • Appendix - Profiles of Casestudy Pupils and Their Families 109
  • References 113
  • Index 121
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