In 2008, five pilot projects were set up to develop transition key working in Wales for disabled young people, or those with complex needs, aged 14-25.

The aim of this study is to identify whether there are any net benefits of transition key worker arrangements in the five pilot areas and to assess those against net cost. As part of this, the study was required to evaluate the transition key worker role and the impact of its intervention on disabled young people’s, and their families’, experience of the transition into adulthood.

Reports

The costs and benefits of transition key working: an analysis of five pilot projects (final report)
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The costs and benefits of transition key working: an analysis of five pilot projects (summary)
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