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Ontario Health, in partnership with the Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health has drafted a quality standard for care for young people who are transitioning from youth to adult health care services. We are hoping for your help in collecting feedback on this draft.
This quality standard outlines what quality care looks like for young people aged 15 to 24 years who are transitioning from youth to adult health care services based on the best evidence and with input from clinicians and people with lived experience.
Quality standards are designed to improve care in Ontario and target priority areas in need of improvement. They will help:
We hope you will provide us with your feedback on the draft transitions from youth to adult health care services quality standard. View the draft quality standard in the online form (links below). The deadline to provide feedback is November 22, 2021.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Quality Standards, please email QualityStandards@ontariohealth.ca.