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Preparing for transition

preparing for transition

The challenges you face will shift and change as your child ages and learns more independent skills.

For some children, transitioning into adulthood can mean taking big steps like getting a job and moving out of your home. Other transitions simply happen when it’s time for your child to move from pediatric doctors to adult doctors, or when your child ages out of services like All Kids insurance or our program.

Whatever the transitions are, there’s a lot to consider, from paperwork and skills training to emotional adjustments for the entire family (let’s face it—parents sometimes need more transition support than our kids do!).

As you move toward those changes, they can bring both stress and hope. We can help you be proactive by identifying hurdles before you reach them, and by directing you to the services and strategies that will make your transitions as smooth as possible.

Browse our Transition Resources

Call us at (800) 322-3722 or send us an email to learn more.