Adult Care and Transition Team Resources
Healthcare Transition Resources: Taking Charge of Your Health
A primary care provider is an important health professional who sees you for most of your medical needs, routine screenings, wellness visits, and non-emergency illnesses. Finding the right one is an important step in taking care of your health.
Got Transition® is a federally funded center that offers many resources for young adults and their families to support them in their journey as they transition from pediatric to adult healthcare. Access resources here.
Use this primary care finder to find free and low-cost medical care in Philadelphia.
Healthcare Transition Tips for Young Adults with Intellectual Challenges
If you are a high school or a college student with a disability, you have come to the right place! The Student Lounge has resources designed to help you learn more about how to prepare for and be successful in postsecondary education and careers.
Disability Rights Pennsylvania (DRP) offers a self-advocacy guide for transition to adulthood, with information to help you in advocating for yourself or someone else with a disability.
Transitioning can be an overwhelming process. Pacer’s National Parent Center on Transition and Employment offers resources on the transition process for middle school and high school, postsecondary education, employment, benefit programs, and independent and community living.