The following websites are resources we use as a team
when working on EdHCT related research and questions.
1. Resource Guide for Student Living with Chronic Health Conditions
This website is a wonderful resource for students with chronic health conditions who are planning on going to college. The site covers different chronic illnesses, financial options, legal rights, accommodations and a number of other useful issues which will help guide the student who is just getting started in planning for college.
2. Got Transition?
Got Transition is a nationally recognized website that is dedicated to improving health care transition. The site has resources for youth, families, providers and states. Each part of the website has information on the current research and information about health care transition.
FloridaHATS is a collaborative group that is comprised of many different partners throughout the state of Florida. Their mission is to ensure transition for children from pediatric to adult health care. Their website has policies, tools, health insurance information, calendar of events, and many other resources that can be helpful to families and children going through the transition process.
4. National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center
The National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center ( NSTTAC ) is directed and staffed by the Special Education Program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, in partnership with the Special Education Program at Western Michigan University. NSTTAC provides technical assistance (TA) and disseminates information to State Education Agencies, Local Education Authorities, schools, and other stakeholders to (a) implement and scale up evidence-based practices leading to improved academic and functional achievement for students with disabilities, preparing them for college or other postsecondary education and training and the workforce; (b) implement policies, procedures, and practices to facilitate and increase participation of students with disabilities in programs and initiatives designed to ensure college- and career-readiness; and (c) achieve 100% compliance with IDEA, Part B Indicator 13 (I-13).