We understand that caring for a teen in today’s world can be complex, so we’re offering an unparalleled solution that blends personalized care concierge services with relevant resources and guides. The entire focus is to help families do the most important thing they can do for their teens: raise them to be healthy, functioning adults.
Teen Support is all about empowering you with the knowledge, strategies, and expert support you need to navigate the unique challenges of raising a teen in today’s world. From academic and tutoring support, health and wellness coaching, college prep, substance use support services, LGBTQ+ support, mental health services, and so much more — we’ve got it covered:
- How Wellthy helps you help your teens
- Teen Support care stories
- Teaching your teen to manage stress & expectations at school (login required)
- Understanding factors that impact teens’ stress management (login required)
- Stress assessment for teens (login required)
- Tips for parents to help teens manage stress (login required)
Implement strategies for hard-working families feeling financially strained.
Medical or Emotional Challenges
Help with a new diagnosis or a chronic condition.
Child care and education
Locate child care options for before, during, and after work. Care Coordinators can evaluate and recommend babysitting resources and nanny agencies, find in-home childcare options, and explore alternatives like learning pods and nanny-sharing. They can also locate educators or tutoring programs.
Advocate and provide expertise for families with unique and complex needs
Help for those struggling with depression, anxiety, or addiction.
Care for Older Adults
Coordinate care like filling prescriptions, arranging transportation, hiring an in-home aide, moving into a facility, implementing power of attorney, and end-of-life preparations.
Help for our heroes and their families to get the care they deserve.
Find help with contesting medical bills and claims, and evaluating options.
Resources and Events
Provide on-demand webinars.