Our aim is to improve the experience of children and young adults (14 to 25 years) as they make the transition to adult life.

Our three objectives are:

  • To guide and inform improved approaches to transitions across Scotland
  • To support people to work collaboratively, share learning, identify gaps in provision and generate solutions
  • To involve young people with additional support needs, their parents and carers in our work

The Scottish Transitions Forum began in 2008 and currently there are over 750 members representing a wide range of professionals, young people, parents and carers. Membership is free and is open to anyone who is committed to improving transitions for young people with additional support needs.