Staying healthy is important - keeping track of what you eat, how much exercise you are getting, and when you need to take medications or see the doctor are all parts of staying healthy. If you are a young adult or teenager with special health needs and/or a disability, a family member, or a professional serving transition-age youth, these resources are for you. It is the goal of the Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities to provide you with the necessary tools to create a smooth transition from child to adult health care. Here, you will find a workbook which offers useful information such as how to talk with doctors and how to pay for medical services; a link to a handout regarding developmental disabilities and mental health; and finally, a link to the Montana Youth Transitions Health Issues page.
Planning Your Transition from Pediatric to Adult Health Care: A Workbook to Help You Take Charge of Your HealthThe Rural Institute has not verified and does not endorse the links or the content of the links that are found on this website. These links are provided to assist the site visitor in their search for information. The Rural Institute assumes no responsibility for the validity of information provided on the links and as in all Internet use, the user should verify all information. The information on this website is current and accurate to the best of our knowledge. Please Contact Us to share additional resource information.
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