Care Act – Transition to Adulthood
Growing up is hard. Within the Care Act, the term “transition” is used to refer to the progression from childhood to adulthood. It’s an essential part of human life and experience and the transition to adulthood (t2a) can be a time of celebration and change.
But it can also be a huge challenge for young people, especially as the world has changed so much for them from the one which their parents or families grew up in.
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6 reviews for Care Act – Transition to Adulthood
An informative course for those who are not aware and a good refresher for those who do.
I found the information very informative which helped when answering questions.
Good course and very informative
Very good course and has got a lot of detail within the course.
Updated my knowledge
I enjoyed it very much.
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