Change and transitions are a fact of life. They occur all the time and can evoke a range of emotions, from optimism and excitement to fear and anxiety. Change is an event whereas transition is the psychological process that occurs during a change. Healthcare is constantly facing change from the impact of technological advances such as electronic record-keeping, updated treatment protocols and updates to evidence-based practice. Whether you are in a small private practice or working for a large hospital organisation, managing and leading change, and more importantly the transitions involved in the change, is a vital skill. Various models have been created to help better manage and lead change and transition processes. This course will describe and define change and transition as well as differentiate between them. It will explore a variety of models of change and transition as well as a method for assessing change readiness. It will finally guide you through practical applications of the models focused around rehabilitation.