Preparing for Adulthood Programme
The Preparing for Adulthood programme (PfA) is funded by the Department for Education as part of the delivery support for the SEN and disability reforms.
The Preparing for Adulthood programme is delivered by a partnership between the National Development Team for inclusion and the Council for Disabled Children.
The partnership brings together a wide range of expertise and experience of working with young people and families, at a local and national level and across government, to support young people into adulthood with paid employment, good health, independent living and friends, relationships and community inclusion.
The Preparing for Adulthood team previously worked on key transition programmes including the Transition Support Programme, Valuing People Now, Valuing Employment Now (Getting a Life project, Jobs First, Aspirations for Life and Project Search) and Learning for Living and Work.
Find information on the Preparing for Adulthood website by clicking below.
Preparing for Adulthood Website (external website)
You can also contact Preparing for Adulthood using the contact details below:
Tel: 0207 843 6348
Preparing for Adulthood Programme,
National Development Team for Inclusion,
30-32 Westgate Buildings,