Youth to Adult Healthcare Transition Resources
Out of Province Resources
In B.C. regional health authorities govern, plan and deliver health care services. To learn more about services in your area, click on the link to your region.
A provincial crown agency mandated to deliver supports and services to adults with developmental disabilities and their families in British Columbia. CLBC works to create communities where people with developmental disabilities have more choices about how they live, work and contribute.
Speak to a nurse, dietitian, pharmacist or health services representative for non-emergency health info and advice.
The Medical Services Plan insures medically-required services provided by physicians and supplementary health care practitioners, laboratory services and diagnostic procedures.
A province-wide transition initiative to support comprehensive, continuous, accessible, sustainable and developmentally-appropriate care to youth and young adults with chronic health conditions and/or disabilities as they plan, prepare and transfer from pediatric to adult health care services.
Self-management programs offered throughout BC provide information, teach practical skills and give people the confidence to manage their health condition(s).
Information about B.C. government programs and services for people with disabilities.
A medical travel assistance program for B.C. residents who are required to travel outside their home community to obtain non-emergency, physician-referred specialist care.
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