This indicator measures the same outcome as NOOHCS Indicator 13.1 and therefore both indicators report the same numbers.
Young people leaving out-of-home care and making the transition to independent living often do not have the level of support (emotional, social and financial) available to most young people in their transition to adulthood. The transition often occurs at an earlier age and in a more abrupt manner than it does for their peers not in out-of-home care.
A leaving care plan (also called a transition from care plan) is developed in preparation for a young person’s exit from out-of-home care into independent living. Leaving care plans are developed in agreement with the young person and usually include information on goals, planned actions, needs assessments, income support and post-care support (such as counselling, mentoring and ongoing care management).
Note: this indicator describes children who have a current and approved leaving care plan, as a proportion of all children who were required to have a leaving care plan.
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