The study project “Leisure activity as a wellness resource for adolescents living with an acquired chronic condition”, led by Health Promotion Program within the School of Health and Human Performance at Dalhousie University, is looking for adolescent participants. The study is aiming to learn what impact participation in leisure activities has on their self- identity, self-management, and mental wellness, based on their personal experiences living with acquired chronic conditions. Researchers hope this study will provide information that will add to the current literature on adolescents who have acquired chronic conditions and will lead to further research on the complex wellness needs of this population. For more information about this study, or to participate in this study, please contact Kayla Corkery at kayla.corkery@dal.ca.