Youth Only Jacksonville Health and Transition Services (JaxHATS) In this section, you will have access to information specifically for you as you navigate through the medical system on your journey into adulthood. Check out the web links and resources below: General Questions About Transition What is transition? Why do we need to transfer young people at all? Preparing for transition When should transition begin and end? What do I need to think about when preparing to move from my pediatric service? When should I start thinking about adult services that suit me? What are my options? How do I find the right service/person for me? What are the most important things to consider when checking out an adult service? What are the differences between pediatric and adult health care services? Youth Information Tips for taking medicines Nobody likes taking medicines but sometimes they are necessary. Lots of people, young and old, find it difficult to remember to take them. Here are some handy hints to try and help. More links and resources for Youth and Parents A good collection of links to web sites for youth and their families. Weblinks for Teens TeensHealth.ORG TeensHealth was created for teens looking for honest, accurate information and advice about health, relationships and growing up. We offer a safe, private place that's accessible 24 hours a day to get the doctor-approved info you need to understand the changes that you (or your friends) may be going through - and to make educated decisions about your life. There's a lot of confusing, misleading and just plain wrong health information on the Web - and our mission is to tell it to you straight. "We're Talking" "We're Talking" was developed by the Adolescent Interest Group (AIG) of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF). The group is comprised of PAMF physicians, social workers, educators and researchers concerned with addressing the health care needs of adolescents. AIG members volunteer countless hours to review Web content and create new material to ensure the site continues to provide teens with comprehensive, up-to-date health information. Foundation for Dreams, Inc. and Dream Oaks Camp The Mission of the Foundation for Dreams, Inc. and Dream Oaks Camp (Bradenton, Florida) is to provide fun, educational and recreational experiences in an outdoor camp environment to enhance the lives of children ages 7-17 with physical and developmental disabilities and serious illnesses. We have financial assistance available to most any family who contacts us. Further, no child will be turned down due an inability to pay.