Draft Bexley Preparing for Adulthood Strategy
5 March 2018 - 14 June 2018
‘Preparing for Adulthood’ means getting ready to move from childhood into adult life. It starts when a young person is 14 and may continue until they are 25. The Council and our partners have a responsibility in regard to young people preparing for adulthood, who are likely to continue to have needs into their adult lives.
We want to work in new ways to ensure young people with Special Educational Needs or Disability can achieve good outcomes, such as getting a job or going to college. We also want them to live as independently as possible with good care and support if they need it.
The draft ‘Preparing for Adulthood’ strategy sets out our priorities over the next four years. These are:
- Independent living
- Participation in society
- Education, employment, training and volunteering
- Being as healthy as possible in adult life
- Looked After Children and Care Leavers
The Council and our partners want to make sure that we get the strategy right and would welcome your views. You can get involved in the following ways:
Complete the online survey for young people, who are preparing for adulthood:
Complete the online survey for carers and other stakeholders:
Attend a meeting:
The Council will hold or attend meetings to talk about the strategy between now and June 2018.
Or you can download the survey below and return this by post to:
Survey for young people (PDF 1,971KB), who are preparing for adulthood
Bonny Waterman, Civic Offices, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath DA6 7AT
If you need more information, please contact:
Tel: 020 3045 4185
The deadline to tell us what you think is Thursday 14 June 2018.