Transitions for Young People with Additional Support Needs

Categories: Right to life and survival and development

17th October 2016

The Scottish Government has commissioned ARC Scotland to map the availability of planning and support for people aged 14 - 25 years who have additional support needs in Scotland.

A central part of the work is to ask young people and their parents / carers about their experiences during this important time of their lives. To do this, they have developed two surveys, one for young people and the other for parents and carers.

  • Parents and carers survey - Please take part in this survey if you are the parent or unpaid carer of a young person with additional support needs between the ages of 14 and 25 years).
  • Young persons' survey - Please take part in this survey if you are between 14 and 25 years old and have one or more additional needs, like learning disability, autism, physical or sensory disability).
  • More information here.
  • If you have any questions about the surveys please email simon@simonjaquet.com
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