PfA Self-evaluation tool
The Preparing for Adulthood (PfA) suite of self-evaluation tools
are designed to support professionals from across education, health
and social care, and in both children's and adults' services, to
ensure young people and their families are able to prepare
effectively for adulthood.
They are not designed to be an exhaustive list but rather a
prompt to support local areas to make progress in embedding the PfA
elements of the SEND reforms.
These tools are made up of key themes for each audience and
consider what should be happening in local areas. Professionals can
use the self-evaluation tool to understand what is working well and
where things might need to improve.
For each audience they will signpost to key PfA resources that
support practice and identify key messages from Part 3 of the
Children and Families Act 2014 and link to other relevant
legislation and statutory guidance.
This version is designed for professionals working in adult's social care.
This version is designed for professionals working in Children’s social care.
This version is designed for professionals working in post 16 provisions.
The Families version is made up of a list of key things to think about and considers what should be happening in local areas.
This version is designed for professionals working in supported employment providers.