The Transition Event East 2019
The Transition Event East is the East of England’s dedicated conference and exhibition on the future of young adults with additional needs.
Moving into adulthood can be a time of great hope and excitement, but it is also frequently met with uncertainty. The Transition Event aims to help answer your questions, offer you access to experts and give you information to take away so you can best support young people with additional needs.
The event brings together experts to explore a host of transition topics. The conference agenda includes
– Education, Health and Care Plans
– The reality of a move to adult services
– Education options and the future
– Employment and housing options
Plus lots of interactive workshops to help you delve into the key subjects. A one-to-one parent zone is set up during the event so you can discuss questions on a more personal level with our experts.
There is also a packed exhibition of organisations offering local and national services. These exhibitors are selected to enhance your day and help you to find suitable products and services to meet your specific requirements.
The Transition Event aims to meet the needs of young people and those who support them. It attracts delegates from across the east of England to share expertise, find solutions and help support disabled teenagers into adulthood. Professionals attending the conference can also claim CPD points.
Attendees include parents, teachers and practitioners supporting disabled young adults and of course, young adults themselves.
Everything you need to know, all under one roof. To get a taste of previous Transition Events, follow the hashtag #TransitionEvent on Twitter.
School Groups Welcome
Schools are encouraged to bring their students along to attend the exhibition for FREE. Please contact us on 01223 206953 for more information and to register your schools attendance.
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