McMaster University and McGill University READYorNotTM Brain-Based Disabilities (BBD) Trial is looking for youth aged 15-17 to participate

McMaster University and McGill University  READYorNotTM Brain-Based Disabilities (BBD) Trial is looking for youth aged 15-17 with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder or Spina Bifida to help them test a new app about health care transitions. The MyREADYTransitionTM BBD App was created to help youth prepare for health care transition. That’s when youth make the change from getting services from the children’s health care team, the children’s hospital or the children’s treatment centre to looking after their own health in adult services. We hope the app will help youth with things like learning about their health, knowing what questions to ask and when to ask for help. (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Alberta and Ontario) To join the study, contact: Barb Galuppi or Nadilein Mahlberg Telephone: 905-525-9140, extension 27852 See videos about the study Video 1, Video 2, Video 3  

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