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Countywide Transitions Team

Moving to adulthood

Nottinghamshire County Council have a Transitions Team, which is made up of Social Workers and Community Care Officers who provide planning, assessment, advice and support services for young people preparing for adulthood. They work with young people who have an impairment and require social care support that cannot be accessed through community services already in place.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Countywide Transitions Team
0300 500 8080
Countyside Transitions Team

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When someone is 18 and has support from adult social care, the transitions team will carry out a financial assessment to determine the level of contribution to the cost of their care. This is different from children's social care where support is free.


Age Ranges
14 +
Referral required
Referral Details

To access the service young people can be referred from the age of 14.

Referrals can be made by calling the Notts County Council Customer Service Centre. Referrals can be made by anyone including the person's GP, education support providers or community services.

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The Transitions Team can work with young people whether they have received services from children's social care or not.

The team works with young people to help them be as independent as possible. This might be through community support, short term support, specialised support including support into employment and/or any assistive technology.

The Transitions Team can help with:

  • being independent
  • being part of the community
  • getting the right support
  • giving support to carers including short breaks
  • helping with safety and risks

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Record Last Updated On: 11/05/2018

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