In the last 30 years, the young people in UK have observed different pathways for moving into independent living (Andrew, 2006), depending on factors such as ethnicity, sexuality and financial backgrounds. Ford et al. (2002) have distinguished between five real estate pathways chaotic, unexpected, constrained, organized ( non-student ) and lastly, student paths; the chaotic pathway receiving low levels of support and planning and presenting substantial risks intended for homelessness and antithetically with extended support and entry to the student housing market, the student pathway presented as the most efficient opportunity. When making the distinction between the five one must think about political, sociable and environmental aspects including current government policies, the contemporary principles of residence and casing, the weakness of selected groups, existing or low existing friends and family support and an increasing generational fluctuation according to one's concept of children.
When it comes to youth changes, the process of individualisation is frequently mistaken with a heightened level of risk and instability and that shapes a universal pattern that all teenagers must follow a general and traditional pathway to adulthood and independent living based simply by one tokenistic young person's background (Jones et al., 2006). Yet , various findings seem to claim that the factors in youth transitioning happen to be equally specific in every individual and researchers such as Furlong and Cartmel (2007) include suggested that "people's life chances stay highly organised at the same time because they increasingly search for solutions with an individual, rather than a collective basis" (pg. 5).
Evidence appears to convey that young people are required to expe...
... ervice providers because they are perceived as a gateway to the young people's decisions and expectations in terms of housing and the well-being. However , Cole et al. (2005) argues that an absence of "confidence, skills, and motivation to engage with service providers, as well as issues in forging the having faith in relationships essential for positive assistance engagement" (p. 58).
The difference between the two findings reinstates the idea that young adults are unstable and complex and that all their transition to independent lodging is dependent within the status quo in the relationship cast between companies and service users. Therefore , if both parties are inclined to work out and manage the difficulties, in the event that any present (be that they financial, interpersonal, domestic, and so forth ), it could be argued which the support presented could be way more versatile and end user orientated.