Transitioning to Adult Care

Consistent, Collaborative and Compassionate care should know no age limits. 

As children age out of the embrace of Roger Neilson Children’s Hospice and into the realm of adult healthcare, preparing for a transition from a child and family-centric approach to a patient-centred one is essential, especially for new young adults with chronic medical conditions. 

Roger Neilson Children’s Hospice recently hosted a workshop on this topic, which included professionals with knowledge and expertise relevant to youth and families transitioning to adult care. 

This enlightening presentation explores the transition to adult care ( We hope it will help illuminate a path toward a future where consistent and collaborative care knows no age limits. 

We are committed to ensuring that youth with a progressive life-limiting condition and their families are prepared and empowered for their new reality of becoming adults.

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