These are usually the school years in which the you'll become 17 and 18.
Who'll be at the review
What happens after the review
If there has been no change to the Education, Health and Care Plan, then it will continue as it is.
If the review shows there needs to be a change to the support you get, your Education, Health and Care Plan, will be updated and sent to the panel to be agreed.
If it looks like you'll need, help from social care when you reach 18, the transition social worker will arrange to complete an assessment. This will look at the support you'll need as an adult.
The transition social worker will speak to the people they need to so that your plan will be ready by 31 March of the school year.
If you're leaving education
If you're leaving school (this includes school, a further education course at college, or a supported apprenticeship) then your Education Health and Care Plan will cease when you leave school.
Any other services, such as social care or health, will continue if they have been agreed, but they will have their own arrangements for providing:
- A plan setting out your outcomes
- The support needed to meet these outcomes
- How this will be provided
Visit the becoming an adult section to find out more.