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Essex County Council’s Transition Pathway Service


Essex County Council’s Transition Pathway Service helps young people with a Statement of Special Educational Needs and/or additional needs plan their journey from childhood to adulthood and this is called ‘Transition’.  The Transition Pathway Service will work with young people and their families from aged 13 and can offer support up until their 25th birthday.


Most young people on statement will start planning for the future in year 9 (aged 13) and will receive a letter from their school inviting them to a transition review.  The Transition Review will help young people plan for their future and will look at everything from hopes, dreams and aspirations to further education, leisure, health, employment and finance.  Planning for the future and transition review meetings is really important to ensure access to further education and services.


A Transition Guide: For parents and carers of young people with additional needs


•Quick Guide to Transition: Overview of the Transition process

•Getting Ready for Transition: Preparing for Transition Reviews

•Moving On: Post 16 options

•A Place called home: Housing options

•Money Matters: Benefits and Personal Budgets

•Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA)

•Transition Pathway: Easy Read Guide

•Transition: Easy Read Guide


For more information please contact:

01245 430411

[email protected]

Dial Basildon & South Essex


Information & advice on benefits, equipment, education & employment, community care, clubs, mobility and more. Run by disabled volunteers for disabled people.


Give Ev a call on 01268 294495, fax 01268 294495, text 07786 088538, email [email protected] or visit


The Basildon Centre, St. Martins Square, Basildon, SS14 1DL. Charity no. 295259.









You can call the AskSAL helpline for anything from straightforward information and advice about the abuse and the safety of the more vulnerable adults in Essex; to the disclosure of a specific concern about your own safety of somebody that you know. If you wish to report maltreatment of an adult in Essex, AskSAL will take your concern seriously and ensure that it is investigated appropriately.


For more information you can contact Wesley, Partnership and Communications Officer on 01245 430085 or [email protected]



Be Safer  







The Be Safer Project is an Essex wide project commissioned by Essex County Council and delivered by Castle Point Association of Voluntary Services based at Thundersley, Essex. Be Safer aims to create and develop community schemes with partners across Essex to enable adults with a learning disability to feel and be safer in the community.  To date, we have 10 schemes up and running around the county.


Information on all Be Safer projects across Essex can be found on: or alternatively, contact:


Katharine Washbrook – Partnership Support, South and Mid Essex:

[email protected]

Tel: 01268 638416 or Mobile: 0797 9914811


Ann-Marie Fordham – Partnership Support, North East and West Essex:

[email protected]

Tel:  01268 638416 or Mobile:  0797 991 4743


Castle Point Association of Voluntary Services Ltd, The Tyrells Centre, 39 Seamore Avenue, Thundersley, Essex  SS7 4EX



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