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Wisconsin Tools

Useful transition tools have been developed/adapted by medical practices and health systems in Wisconsin.  These tools include checklists, care plans, and more.  We're grateful to the practices and health systems that have allowed us to share their tools here, in order that others may learn from them and use them.  If you have questions about a particular tool, please email us and we'll connect you to the most appropriate person. 

Grant Materials

Current Assessment of Health Care Transition Activities

Outcomes and Provider/Family Feedback Quarterly Report (coming soon)

Transition Checklists

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin

 

Transition Care Plans

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

 

Other Tools

Materials for Parent-Teen Workshop on Transition:

Parent Transition Powerpoint

This presentation was used for the parent portion of a workshop sponsored by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, SE Regional CYSHCN Center, and Spina Bifida Wisconsin.

Lesson Plan for Teen Workshop

This lesson plan outlines the teen portion of a workshop sponsored by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, SE Regional CYSHCN Center, and Spina Bifida Wisconsin. 

Transplant Learning Needs Assessment

This Learning Needs Assessment was created and has been used by renal transplant staff at Froedtert Hospital to help assess patients' knowledge of their conditions and educational needs.  It has recently been intentionally integrated into the youth health transition process.

Toolkit for Teens-Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin

This toolkit was created to help teens understand their health care choices.

 Parent Flyer on Transition--Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin

Information for parents on youth health transition.

 Diabetes Transition Survey

This survey was created by the UW Pediatric Endocrinology team for use at a Diabetes transition educational event.  The survey was given separately to teens and parents to gauge teens' knowledge and self-management of their Type 1 Diabetes.  It could be adapted for use in clinic.