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Steps to prepare for adult life (PfAL)

Making a PfAL plan

From when your young person is aged 13-14-years-old, they should think about their main goals and wishes, and the outcomes they would like in:

  • Education and employment
  • Independent living
  • Good health
  • Being part of their community
  • Having friends and relationships

If your young person has an education, health and care (EHC) plan, this should be recorded in their Year 9 preparing for adult life (PfAL) review

You may have a worker from the PfAL service. If you do, they will also help you through a 'preparing for adult life conversation'. This may involve agreeing on a PfAL plan together. 

You can also use the planning tools listed in step two.

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