Teens do still need annual well exams. These checkups are important to ensure proper physical growth, maintain immunizations, and address common concerns such as acne, weight issues and sexuality. The well appointment also serves as an opportunity to address difficult issues that are common for this age group. Often, teens struggle with issues of self-esteem, peer pressure, stress and depression. Additionally, many face choices about drinking, smoking, drugs and sexual activity. The decisions and choices made during adolescence can impact a child for a lifetime.

Teenage years can be tough. We are here to help. Teen years are a good time to begin learning about healthcare. We believe teens should begin taking a role in the whole process during this time. Appointments will be primarily with the patient only. The teen appointment can be in-depth, is often lengthy and confidentiality guidelines apply.


For Teenage Girls

For Teenage Boys





infomation for parents

Your Teen 12-18 years old

Mental Health and Teens: Watch for Danger Signs

Communicating Beyond the Family

Talking to Teens About Drugs and Alcohol

Helping Teens Resist Pressure to Try Drugs

When a Teen Wants to Drop Out

Learning Problems in Teens

Next Stop Adulthood: Tips For Parents

Adolescent Sexuality: Talk the Talk Before They Walk the Walk

Sex and Sexuality: What Teens Really Need to Know  

Body Odor in Teens (Video)

General Rules for Disciplining Teens

When Eating Gets Out of Control in Teens

Curfews and Bedtimes for Teens

Are Your Kids Protected from Cancer Caused by HPV?

Social and Emotional Challenges in Adolescence

Immunizations for Teenagers and Young Adults

Teen suicide: What parents need to know


 Young Adults with Special Needs


Renters Rights for People with Disabilities


Managing Your Child’s Transition to Adulthood


Guide to Remodeling a Home for Adults with Special Needs

Special Needs Checklist: How Disability-Friendly is Your City?

Vocational Training for Adults with Special Needs