Welcome to Wisconsin's Youth Health Transition Initiative!
The Youth Health Transition Initiative provides Wisconsin’s youth, family members, providers, and other community collaborators with information on the movement from the pediatric world to adult health care. Tools, materials, and resources are available to help teens, families, and health care systems in the health care transition process.
Download or view our Transition Infographic here, or use the links below to explore more.
*****Advancing Family-Centered Care Coordination for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs 2020 Shared Plan of Care Quality Improvement Grant Project Opportunity now available. Go to our Quality Improvement Grants page for an overview, grant guidance and information on grant submission.
Register and submit questions for the October 28 (12-1 p.m.) informational call (register by October 24).
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE’S 20TH ANNUAL CHRONIC ILLNESS AND DISABILITY CONFERENCE: TRANSITION FROM PEDIATRIC TO ADULT-BASED CARE will be webcast to Madison and Milwaukee on October 24th and 25th. For more information and to register go to our Training and Events page.
The Youth Health Transition Learning Community will meet via ZOOM technology on November 14th from noon-1:00pm.
Explore tools and information about common transition questions, and discover new resources to make this process work easier.
See what’s happening here in Wisconsin, as well as the national level, and learn about the Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition.
Grants and educational opportunities are designed to support practices and health care systems in initiating one or more quality improvement processes.
Check your progress on transition here.
Condition Specific Tools
Have questions about a specific condition?
Training & Events
Whether you're a teen, young adult, family member or health professional you can brush up on your skills.
Health Transition Communications
Join our list-serv and receive updates related to health care transition efforts.
Find Your Regional Center Location
Wisconsin has five Regional Centers that support families of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and the providers who serve them. Regional Center staff can provide information on many issues, including transition. All services are free and private.
Choose a region: