TIER is an international collaboration of healthcare professionals who are passionate about working together to:
Empower children, young people and adults through the use of the 'Ready Steady Go' and 'Hello' programmes, promote best practice and share resources
Find out more about this work and how to introduce it to your hospital by clicking on the icons below
Ready Steady Go Programmes
If you would like to learn more about how to implement the Ready, Steady, Go programme in your Trust, please read our step by step guide or join our live Q&A
Shared Decision Making
Frequently Asked Questions
Read the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Ready Steady Go Transition programme
How does Ready Steady Go help with moving into adult care?
What to do if you or the healthcare team are worried about sharing a diagnosis with a child or young person
Your child has known their healthcare team since they were a baby. Why do we need to go over it all again in transition?
How to talk about difficult or embarrassing topics
Do we need transition if we are being discharged back to our GP and not a hospital doctor?
When should we start transition? Isn't 11 a bit young?
Who is responsible for completing the transition plan?
How do you transition someone who is involved in research projects moving to adult services?
What is the evidence that Ready Steady Go makes a difference?
How can Ready Steady Go be used for patients with neurodisability or a a severe cognitive disability?
Some of the questions are not applicable, what can we do?
Shouldn't the question on pregnancy and sex be removed as it may be insensitive especially for families with children with a neurodisability?
Why do we need to transition if the same doctor is looking after me/my child in adult care?
Links to useful resources for patients and their families