Ambitious about Autism’s next seminar on TRANSITION TO ADULT LIFE for young people with SEN, on June 29, is now open for bookings. It will cover housing and supported living, benefits, employment and financial planning.
Parents and Carers only £10 including lunch.
Transition to adult life at 18 for young people with SEN and disabilities requires good planning.
- Understanding housing and supported living options
- How do benefits work once young people reach 18?
- How to support vocational training, employment and leisure options in adult life.
- Understanding wills and trusts and financial planning
Speakers include: Steve Harris from the Housing and Support Alliance, Belinda Blank of Ambitious about Autism and Graham Duncan from Action for Kids.
Wednesday June 29 10am to 2.30 pm Central London
The seminar will take place at: St Albans Centre, Baldwins Gardens, Holborn, London EC1N 7AB www.stalbanscentre.org
Parents and Carers – £10*
Professionals – £40*
Nearest tube is Chancery Lane on the Central Line. Five mins walk to Baldwins Gardens (2nd right off Gray’s Inn Road).
To book your place please visit www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/family-supportseminar-transition-to-adult-life-part-2-tickets, email email@example.com or call 0208 815 5169.