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For children with a statement of SEN
the transition to adulthood and adult services presents a number of challenges. Understanding
the legislative context is important in facilitating this transition, though by no
means sufficient. In this clip Emma's mother talks about her concerns for the future.
Planning the journey
Where a child has a statement, Year 9 usually marks the beginning of an extended
review process involving a range of agencies that continues through their remaining
school years. This transition planning is a legal obligation, and supports the young
person on their journey to adulthood, through continuous and post-school provision.
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