Transition to Adulthood for Young Adults with Chronic GI Conditions Program Resources
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When you have a chronic health condition, transferring from your pediatric team to an adult team can be challenging. In this video, staff and patients offer tips about how to make a smooth transition.
If you have a chronic health condition, you have many things to consider when choosing a college. Your care teams can help.
When you are a young adult with a chronic health condition, you have many extra responsibilities to manage. Decisions about drinking, dating and other aspects of adulthood are even more difficult.
No one likes to think about health insurance. But if you are a teenager with a chronic condition, you must think about health insurance and make sure you don't lose it.
When you have a chronic illness, the key to a smooth transition from pediatric to adult healthcare is preparing early and talking to parents and healthcare providers about how they can help.
As a young adult with chronic illness, camp is a great way to learn how to self-manage your condition — but with a safety net of medical personnel nearby if you need them.