Youth to Adult Healthcare Transition Resources
Supports for Physical Health
Provides on-site medical support to high-risk adolescents.
Information for parents from Canada's paediatricians about helping your teen with special health needs move to adult care.
Provides assessment and treatment for clients who have complex medical conditions of a musculoskeletal nature that requires specialty rehabilitation services not available through other community resources.
A rehabilitation program for adults who recently experienced a neurological event. A medical referral is required.
The purpose of this clinic is to decrease exacerbations of chronic conditions and acute care admissions and emergency department presentations through intensive disease management by medical specialists and family physicians. Medical referral required.
Provides 24/7 health advice and information to all Albertans.
Offers support and care from healthcare providers to people in their homes.
Provides the most up-to-date information about medications, both prescription and herbal.
Provides mobile blood collection service for patients who face significant medical challenges that prevent them from accessing Patient Service Centres. Medical referral required.
Provides trustworthy, non-emergency health information to Albertans.
Improves access to sexual and reproductive healthcare for women who do not have a family physician by providing cervical cancer screening in the context of a "well woman" visit.
Provides reliable health information for teens and their parents.
Provides support & health services to vulnerable Calgary youth ages 12-24.
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