Teens, young adults helping shape the future of health care
The Adolescent Champion Teen Advisory Council (TAC TAC) is a diverse group of youth ages 15-22 in the Washtenaw County area who serve as an advisory council to Michigan Medicine’s Adolescent Health Initiative.
In the spirit of “Nothing about us, without us,” AHI relies on TAC TAC youth to inform its programs, help plan and execute the annual Conference on Adolescent Health and develop new programs and projects that integrate the youth voice into adolescent health care.
Recently, several members of the council sat down with The Wrap employee podcasts to discuss their important work and how it feels to make an impact on the care provided at Michigan Medicine and beyond.
Check it out via the YouTube video at the top of the page or media player below!