An innovative new project for young people aged between 14-25 years and their families with disabilities and support needs to help them through the tricky transition from childhood to adulthood.
The service offers a comprehensive multi-disciplinary and multi-agency approach to transition with access to further education, training, work experience, employment opportunities, social opportunities as well as access to a dedicated mentor.
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Chloe, aged 22 who has an acquired brain injury and as part of Transition H has enjoyed taster sessions across our day activities including outdoor pursuits, arts, pottery, music and animal care.
Chloe and her family receive regular, ongoing support from the clinical team at Hannahs who have expertise in acquired brain injury to keep her moving forward with her rehabilitation and goals.
She now also works on a skills training placement at Hannahs and receives weekly support from a dedicated mentor who, with the help of the clinical team, help her to goal set and monitor her progress in readiness for work and social skills. Chloe and her mentor also work together across her other placements and are exploring further education courses that might be suitable. Through building her confidence in working with animals, Chloe has been able to understand the importance of engaging with physiotherapy for her rehabilitation and now also accesses our hydrotherapy pool once a week too.
Chloe also regularly attends Challenge Ahead, a specialist adventure activity programme for young people with acquired brain injury held on site which allows for fun and socialising whilst all the time building on vital cognitive and communication skills.