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Transition: Healthcare Resources

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  • Knowing Your Health Care Needs: Skills Tips

    (English) (Spanish)

  • Making Your Own Appointments: Skills Tips

    (English) (Spanish)

  • Managing Medical Treatments: Skills Tips

    Managing Medical Treatments for Children: (English) (Spanish)

    Managing Medical Treatment for Teens: (English) (Spanish)

  • Managing Medication: Skills Tips

    Managing Medication for Children: (English) (Spanish)

    Managing Medication for Teens: (English) (Spanish)

  • Mental Health Resources

    This document provides a listing of websites, fact sheets and videos to help youth and their families find mental health resources.

  • PACER’s National Parent Center on Transition and Employment

    Information and resources for families of youth with disabilities on transition planning, civil rights, work-based learning, higher education and more.

  • PACER’s Transition Health Plan for Youth with Disabilities and their Families

    PACER’s Transition Health Plan for Youth with Disabilities and Their Families is designed to help parents and youth assess where they are at and plan next steps to prepare youth to take on more responsibility for their own health care.

  • Primary Care: Skills Tips

    Primary Care for Children: (English) (Spanish)

    Primary Care for Teens: (English) (Spanish)

  • Self Exam: Skills Tips

    Self Exam for Females: (English) (Spanish)

    Self Exam for Males: (English) (Spanish)

  • Special Olympics School of Strength

    Special Olympics has created a fitness video series in partnership with WWE for Special Olympics athletes, led by Special Olympics athletes. The fitness campaign targets athletes in their teens and late 20s and features four workout videos with varying levels of difficulty in flexibility, strength, balance and endurance exercises encouraging athletes to commit to a lifetime of fitness habits.