Transition Zone

Clifton, York

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Description

The multi-disciplinary co-located Transitions Team work with disabled young people and those with additional needs, 14-25, and support them through changes they and their families face as they grow up. For example planning opportunities for education, living independently, controlling any health issues, travelling on public transport, moving into work and positive activities in the community.
The team, made up from four groups of professionals, Connexions, advice and guidance; YILTS, independent travel training; social workers on the Children’s Health and Disability Team and Adult Transitions Care Mangers and Transitions Co-ordinator are now based together in the Transition Zone at Applefields School to offer these young people a coordinated support service as they move into adulthood.

This service provider has not updated their information since 12/12/2016. Our target is that all service information should be no older than six months. You may wish to contact the provider to confirm the information before attending.

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Contact information

01904 552087
07785556739
ruth.horner@york.gov.uk

Address

Applefields School, Bad Bargain Lane, York, YO31 0LW

Other information

For ages

Minimum age: 14 Years

Maximum age: 25 Years

Opening times

  • Monday
    • 7.00am-7.00pm
  • Tuesday
    • 7.00am-7.00pm
  • Wednesday
    • 7.00am-7.00pm
  • Thursday
    • 7.00am-7.00pm
  • Friday
    • 7.00am-7.00pm

Costs

    CRB policy

    CRB policy? Yes

    Last updated

    Last updated: 12/12/2016

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