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Transitioning disabled young people out of Oranga Tamariki care

Updated: 01 April 2017

What's Important To Us

For a disabled young person leaving care, planning is critical to ensure a smooth and seamless transition to adult disability services. A team focus on the young person throughout the transition process is essential, involving the young person, their whānau or family, currently involved professionals, and others who will become part of the young person's support network in the future.

This key information contains information to assist social workers when considering transitioning a disabled young people in Oranga Tamariki care to adult health and disability support services.