Transition to adult services for disabled young people and those with complex health needs

P Sloper, J Beecham, S Clarke, A Franklin, N Moran, L Cusworth

Research output: Other contribution


For many disabled young people, the process of moving from children's to adult services is problematic. Research has shown: problems in coordination of services and lack of multi-agency working, lack of information for young people and parents, insufficient attention to the concerns of the young person, and lack of appropriate services onto which young people can transfer. This research aimed to provide evidence of what works well in developing and implementing multi-agency coordinated transition services for these young people and their families. It also assessed the costs of the services.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSocial Policy Research Unit, University of York
Number of pages4
Place of PublicationUniversity of York, York
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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NameResearch Works


  • ill/disabled children
  • family
  • social care services issues
  • multiagency working
  • health services issues

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