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Reaching out to parents of Teenagers transitioning

Johan
Johan Member Posts: 8 Connected
Hi There

I am just about to start the process of preparing my son for post 16. Its a minefield and I don't know where to start. He has CP, quadriplegia, epilepsy and severe learning difficulties and he doesn't cope well with change. I am just wanting to hear some of your experience with this process, good or bad and what tips you might have for me. 

My boy has grown up so quick and I have had my head in the sand for too long. Denial and a glass of wine seemed to make it all better :-(

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