Our aim:

To improve the experiences of young people (14-25) who require additional support who are making the transition to young adult life.

Our objectives:

  • Support joined-up working across all services
  • Continually improve knowledge, motivation and practice
  • Inform and empower young people and their carers

Membership of the Scottish Transitions Forum is free and open to anyone who shares our aim. We have over 950 members, including professionals from all relevant sectors, young people and their carers. We consult our members on all aspects of our work.

Our work benefits all young people who require additional support in Scotland, including those with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, life limiting health conditions, mental health difficulties, young carers and those who have been looked after.

Read our Strategic Priorities 2019-21