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Transition Nursing Team (Preparing for Adulthood)

What does it do?

The team supports and actively co-ordinates the transition of care from children’s services in to adult services for young people and their families. We also help direct the young people towards agencies (either statutory or voluntary) that can support them with other aspects of their lives, including independent living, social opportunities and finance management. The team facilitates the GP’s to become the effective named and responsible GP for patients with additional needs, whilst ensuring the young person is engaged and attending adult services prior to discharge from the service. We work closely with the Child Development Service (CDS)

  • We provide a Transition Health Assessment and Health Passport.
  • Work towards prevention and reduction of admissions to hospital.
  • Prevent overlap and duplication of services.
  • Reduce health inequalities.

Who is it for?

Young people aged between 14 and 21 years diagnosed with a complex and continuing healthcare need and a physical disability and their families.

Jane Wallington

Transition Health Care Coordinator (Nurse)

Complex and Continuing Physical Healthcare Transition Team

T: 01274 36 5265   M:07903037230


Claire Causer  - Transition Health Care Coordinator (Nurse)

Complex and Continuing Physical Healthcare Transition Team  

T: 01274 36 5265 M: 07956062300

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