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Teens describe how they prepare for a doctor’s appointment. Strategies that work for them include: making a list of concerns and questions for the doctor, having your insurance card with you, checking in, scheduling an appointment and arranging for transportation to the appointment. This video is the third in a 4-part series, Preparing for Adulthood: Taking Charge of My Own Health Care. The other 3 videos are linked on this page.
- Author: PACER Center, PACER’s Youth Advisory Board on Mental Health
- Duration: 4 minutes
- Date Posted: 8/12/2016
Who Helps You Coordinate Your Health Care?By Pacer Center
Teens discuss who helps them coordinate their health care.
What Can Medical Providers and Teachers Do To Help You Take Charge of Your Own Health Care?By Pacer Center
Teens respond to questions about their preferred method of communication for health care information.