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Steps to prepare for adult life (PfAL)

Reviewing the preparing for adult life plan

From when your young person is aged 15-17-years-old, everyone who is supporting your young person should get together and meet with them, you and your family regularly.

This is to ensure that the preparing for adult life (PfAL) plan is enabling your young person to make progress toward the identified outcomes. It is important to check if anything has changed and that everything is in place for when they need it.

Plans do sometimes change. Thoughts on college places, the need for independent travel skills, understanding money, available funding and benefits, and your young person's health needs or provision might change as they get older.  

You can always contact services who can help for advice and information. You can also find other sources of advice and guidance listed in step two.  

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