Adolescent Health Transition Project
Support Groups

Transition Resources

girl on laptopThere are many different types of resources about health and health transition available to teens, families and professionals on the internet. We have provided resources in three different categories: Tools, Websites, and Support Groups.

In the Tools section, you can find direct links to forms, checklists, modules and booklets. In the Websites section, there are links to websites that focus on health, transition or health transition. Finally, in the Support and Advocacy Groups section there are links to groups for teens, young adults and families that promote self-advocacy, disability policy advocacy, or provide support.
When you turn to the internet for information, it is a good idea to understand how to promote safety and avoid unreliable information. The following links can help you with these issues:

Guidelines from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) that will help you
decide if the information you have found is good for you:


This project is housed at the Center on Human Development and Disability (CHDD) at the University of Washington
Box 357920, Seattle, WA 98195-7920 | 206.685.1350 | Fax: 206.598.7815
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