Transition Programme

What is Transition?

Transition is a process that occurs for young people who are in their last years of high school. The aim is to move students smoothly into post-school education, employment and/or community services and activities.

Who can access the Life Unlimited Transition Programme?

Students preparing to leave school between 16-21 years of age who have a disability and are ORS funded and need support to achieve a successful transition into post-school activities.

Cost and delivery

There is no cost to students or their families to use our Transition service.

The programme is coordinated by Life Unlimited staff, with one-on-one support provided.

How does transition work?

  • We meet with the student and help them identify their goals for a good life. We also meet their family and school.
  • We help the student make a transition plan based on their skills and strengths so they can meet their goals.
  • We provide one-on-one support to help students work towards their goals and transition smoothly from school life into successful and fulfilling futures.


For more information call 0800 008 011 or contact