Models of Multi-agency Services for Transition to Adult Services for Disabled Young People and those with Complex Health Needs: Impact and Costs. Report to the Department of Health

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Sloper, Patricia ; Beecham, Jennifer ; Clarke, Susan ; Franklin, Anita ; Moran, Nicola ; Cusworth, Linda (2010)
  • Publisher: Social Policy Research Unit, University of York
  • Subject: H1
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The research aimed to provide evidence of what works in developing and implementing multi-agency co-ordinated transition services for disabled young people and those with complex health needs and their families:\ud  To investigate arrangements across local authority areas in England for multi- agency assessment for, planning of and actual transfer from child to adult services for young people with disabilities or complex health needs.\ud  To compare the implementation and operation of different models of transition services.\ud  To assess outcomes for parents and young people of provision of different models of transition services.\ud  To investigate sources of funding and costs of different models of transition services.
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