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The ACP Pediatric to Adult Care Transitions Toolkit contains disease-specific tools that are critical for the young adult in transition to be aware of and understand in order to successfully achieve optimal self-care as an emerging adult.
Each set of tools was required to include at least the three minimum elements described below, which have been customized to include disease/condition-specific elements that are an important part of the transition process for emerging adults in learning self-care. Practices utilizing these tools should also consider incorporating some of the generic tools from the Got Transition Six Core Elements in establishing a process and procedures for pediatric patient transitioning to adult care. The disease/condition-specific sets of tools found below on this page contain the following customized elements, at a minimum:
Sets of tools are currently available for the following subspecialties and diseases (with more to be added over time):