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Joan Adam, Secretary of Health

Adolescent Well Visits

An adolescent well-visit is a yearly checkup with a health provider for young people between 11 and 21 years of age. The resources below offer answers to adolescent well visit frequently asked questions and how young people can transition into taking care of their own healthcare.

Annual Health Check-ups: 10-12 years | 13-20 years

Adolescent Well Visit

Sport Physical vs. Well Visit

Immunization Fact Sheets for Preteens & Teens (CDC)

Teen Dental Health (ADA)

Adolescents and Young Adults: Do they still need a well visit? (NAHIC)

The Adolescent and Young Adult Well Visit: A Guide for Families (NAHIC)

Teen Health Services and One-On-One Time with a Healthcare Provider: An Infobrief for Parents (CDC)

Take Charge of Your Health: A Guide for Teenagers (HHS)

Take Charge of Your Healthcare – color | black & white (AdolescentHealthInitiative.org)

Health Care Transition Timeline for Youth and Young Adults (GotTransition.org)

Health Care Transition Youth and Young Adults (GotTransition.org)

Health Care Transition Parents and Caregivers (GotTransition.org)

Depression: Is this a teen you know?

7 Things to Know About the Teen Brain (NIMH)

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