More information about moving into adulthood | Oxfordshire County Council

More information about moving into adulthood

Where to find more information and advice about moving into adulthood.

Family Information Directory

Find out about organisations that can give support for moving into adulthood (pdf format, 202Kb) in the Family Information Directory.

Guidance for young people

Our website for young people, Oxme, provides information for 13 to 25 year olds with special educational needs and disabilities. Find out about activities, employment, discrimination and harassment, bullying and Oxfordshire’s disability forum.

'Preparing for Adulthood' programme

The Preparing for Adulthood has resources to help local authorities and families. It’s a national programme that is sharing information about some of the ways that young people with SEN and disabilities can achieve paid work, independent living, good health and be part of their local community.

Getting a Life guides

Oxfordshire Family Support Network are producing a series of guides written by and for families of young people with learning disabilities.  Some of the information contained in them will also be helpful for families of other disabled young people or those who have special educational needs.

Benefits

It is recommended that you find out more information about benefit entitlement during this period of change for both parents and their young person transitioning into adulthood as there can be direct consequences on entitlements currently received by parents when a young person becomes eligible in their own right.

You can contact the Citizens Advice Bureau for independent advice and also to discuss the benefits of a young person opening their own bank account once they turn 16 years old.

Information available on other websites

Staying Safe Out and About (Foundation for people with Learning Disabilities).
This easy read guide gives you some top tips to help you think about how to keep safe.

Personalisation: an easy read guide (SCIE)
This guide helps you to think about your care and support. It helps you think about what you want help with. It helps you think about having more choice.

Last reviewed
07 June 2017
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