Transition Information Network - Council for Disabled Children
The Transition Information Network is a source of information and good practice for disabled young people, families and professionals.
We are a specialist network of the Council for Disabled Children set up to provide targeted information and resources about transition through online resources, publications and events.
We publish a magazine called My Future Choices which is for disabled young people, families and professionals. It includes articles written by disabled young people about their experiences of transition, information about transition projects, the latest policy and charity news and resources.
We work in partnership with the voluntary and community sector and with young people to develop training for professionals such as the It's My Life events on the Mental Capacity Act and training on the Children and Families Act and Care Act.
We also work behind the scenes on policy issues, respond to government consultations and work with leading organisations to develop and promote good practice in transition.
Who to contact
Where to go
- National Children's Bureau
23 Mentmore Terrace
- E8 3PN
- View E8 3PN on a map
These are our registered offices. Council for Disabled Children is part of the network of National Children's Bureau.
- Referral not required
- Providing services to
Disabled children/young people
- Supporting people with
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service
See: Help on how to choose services safely