Children with cleft lip/palate receive team care which typically ends at eighteen. Young adults then need to transition into an adult-centered model of care. A paucity of literature exists regarding their perspective on transition of care experience. This research explores the experiences of young adults with CLP regarding their transition of care process, within the person-centered ICF framework.
Buchanan, Courtney; Johnson, Bethany; Morgan, A. Jade; Morgan, Jessica; Padgett, Carissa; and Louw, Brenda. 2018. Young Adults with Cleft Lip and Palate: Personal Perspectives of Transition of Care. Boston, MA: 2018 ASHA Convention.