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Transition to adult services

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Helping you begin the transition to move to adult services will begin around the age of 14. Our main Transition page has lots of details on this process.

Below is a list of links to services around the country that can support young people with transition. 

Sheffield Directory provides a list of great local services which are available for teenagers.

Sheffield Futures can advise about careers and education, and also provide counselling.

The National Autistic Society has advice for young people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Mencap have resources to help support young people with a Learning Disability with transition in health care.

The William Merritt Centre offers assessments for driving mobility.

The Parent Carer Forum is an group of parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

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November 2021: Our guidance for inpatients at Sheffield Children's has changed. Two named parents/carers may be permitted in inpatients only.See more about our guidance about inpatients
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