Making Sense of Adult Life - Moving on: Independence and life skills (16+)


What is the event?

Making Sense of Adult Life - Moving on: Independence and life skills (age 16+)

As your child comes towards the end of their school years it can be a time of worry about the future, but it is also a time of possibilities and new horizons. Being prepared and knowing what to do and where to go for help and advice puts you and your young person in the best position to take advantage of what's on offer and be prepared for the inevitable changes.

This workshop will consider the roles of parents, schools and Further Education colleges and look forward to planning for continuing education, increasing independence, work and other opportunities and general preparation for adulthood.

Please note our workshops are for parent carers, if you are a professional please contact us before booking a ticket -

Please book a place using the following eventbrite link:

After booking - Once you have booked a place you will receive an email confirmation from Eventbrite. Prior to the workshop you will receive a code to access the session.

You will need to download Zoom in advance but you don’t need to set up an account if you don’t wish to. Zoom can be used on PC’s/Laptops and mobile devices such as iPad, phones and tablets.

If you have any questions, please get in touch and we will happily talk you through setting this up if required.

This event is run by the following services:
  • Reaching Families, a parent-carer led charity
  • When is the event?


    Free to attend?

    Regular event?

    Contact Details

    01903 366 360

    Location Details

    Online zoom workshop,
    BN11 5LH