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Health Care Transition for Youth with Disabilities and Chronic Health Conditions: A Rhode Island Policy Brief

State of Rhode Island Rhode Island Department of Health Country Resources Disability Policies Rhode Island 31 December 2010 Policy document autonomy, child and adolescent, community services

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The overall goal is for youth with disabilities
or chronic health conditions—as with all youth—is that they will grow
into adulthood with the ability to independently manage their health care


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