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With a redesign on local adult services for people with learning disabilities there is a greater focus on transition and involvement of inter-agencies. With new young adults with learning disabilities graduating from high school it can only benefit them to be equipped with the necessary skills that will help them identify areas of interest, employment and create necessary opportunities to enable success in their lives. PUSH is proposing to be the fore-runner in providing a life skills program to the 4 largest high schools in Perth and initially over 3 years targeting pupils in 4th and 5th year by incorporating materials from Step it Up and Life Centred Career Education. In those 3 years we propose to offer this service to 96 students