The Adolescent Assessment of Preparation for Transition (ADAPT) survey is a validated, youth-reported measure of the quality of health care transition (HCT) preparation designed to be completed by 16- and 17-year-old patients receiving care from a pediatric-focused provider. It was designed and validated for use among youth with chronic health conditions. Its purpose is to measure the quality of transition preparation based on youth reports of whether specific, recommended aspects of care were received. Three composite scores summarize responses in key domains of HCT preparation:
- Counseling on Transition Self-Management
- Counseling on Prescription Medication
- Transfer Planning
Please provide your name and email address below to receive a copy of the ADAPT materials from CEPQM.
Downloads & Contact Information
These materials include:
An overview of the development of the ADAPT survey
Instructions on generating a sample frame
Protocols for collecting and cleaning data
Protocols for calculating response rate and measure composite scores
ADAPT surveys in English and Spanish
Mailed survey materials in English and Spanish
Decision rules and coding guidelines
Those interested in learning more about the ADAPT survey may contact CEPQM@childrens.harvard.edu.