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Transition planning/Making changes to support

Transition can describe the move from children’s to adults’ services, or the move to a new placement.  The CBF has produced the following information to help support families plan for a successful transition.

Planning for the Future

An information sheet to help when considering what your relative’s future should look like.

Planning for the Future information pack

An information pack written for people planning for the future of children aged 14 and upwards (transition), and those concerned about the support needs of adult sons and daughters. Contains detailed and practical information on person centred planning, rights of adults, choices, funding, safeguarding and ideas to overcome challenges. Includes case studies about different support options and a list of questions to ask potential care providers. To read more click here.

 

FAQ What will happen when I'm gone?

Death, illness and bereavement are something we will all unfortunately experience. It is distressing for everyone, and not something anyone likes to dwell over too much in advance. However, when you are a carer of someone with a severe learning disability, there can be extra worries about what will happen after your death. This FAQ has been written to help answer some important questions family carers may have. You may want to share this with other friends and family who will continue to be a part of your relative’s life.

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