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This leaflet is about the use of Movicol for chronic constipation and faecal impaction (severe constipation) in children.

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The Bristol Stool Chart or Bristol Stool Scale is a medical aid designed to classify stools (known as ‘faeces’ or ‘poo’) into seven groups.

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Having their children toilet trained is a milestone all parents strive for. For some parents of children with ‘special needs’ this milestone may seem unobtainable. However clinical experience has taught us that for most children becoming toilet trained is an achievable goal.

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Toilet/potty training can prove to be difficult for some families – and even more so when a child has additional needs.

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There are many different ways to toilet train and professionals do not always agree on the best method or the right time to start. However, children should be learning the skills for toilet training as a normal part of early development. If children are delayed in starting to get the skills needed...

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On this page you will find plenty of information and advice for those with epilepsy.

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Most people with epilepsy have seizures that last a short time and stop by themselves. But sometimes, a seizure can last too long and become status epilepticus (you may hear it shortened to just ‘status’). It happens when a seizure doesn’t stop in the usual time, or when someone has...

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On this page, find out what to do if you see someone having a tonic-clonic or focal seizure. We explain how you can help, and when you should call for an ambulance.

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The following 12 videos and resources have been made for families who have a child with autism. They are best used after visiting our other supportive resources. The resources on this page are designed to help you support your child in understanding and managing their feelings as part of their...

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The Sheffield Sensory Service Virtual Therapy Area aims to provide parents and carers with knowledge, ideas and strategies to support your child or young person with sensory needs that may be impacting on their every day life.

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This page has information about a range of services and support for specific areas your child may need help with. You can access many of these resources directly without needing a referral. You can also access many of these service without a confirmed diagnosis, as they are based on need and not on...

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Welcome to Ward 3. On Ward 3 we care for children with various medical conditions which come under the expertise of different medical specialties including respiratory medicine, immunology, mental health, neurology, cystic fibrosis, gastroenterology, dermatology and metabolic medicine.

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Surgical treatment The consultant looking after you has recommended a surgical treatment for your child. The options for both managing your child’s condition with or without an operation will have been discussed with you along with their potential benefits and drawbacks including those of...

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This resource may help you when you are starting to feel a bit worried and scared. Relax like a cat If you have ever watched a cat sleeping, you will know that they sleep like they have no care in the world. Imagine you are a cat and you are going about your day in a… Continue Reading...

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What parents can do Traumatic stress symptoms are common after a serious illness, injury, or hospitalization. Even though it is your teen who is ill or injured, your whole family can be affected. At first, as a parent, you might not feel prepared to help your teen (or yourself) cope. Traumatic...

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What are anorectal malformations? Anorectal malformations are birth defects where the anus and rectum (bottom) do not develop properly. They occur in an around 1 in 4,000 newborn babies and can range from mild to complex. What type of anorectal malformation does my baby have? Perineal fistula or...

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How to look after your voice It is important to look after your voice. Here’s how you can help look after your voice. Try not to shout turn down background noise, for example, the TV and car radio go up to the person you want to speak to instead of shouting downstairs or room to…...

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What is pectus carinatum? Pectus carinatum (also known as pigeon chest) is a condition in which the breastbone (sternum) of the chest sticks out. This happens because several ribs and the breastbone grow abnormally. Whilst a child is still growing this can be corrected with a pectus brace. What is a...

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YouTube video by Coeliac UK explaining how to read food labels for those with Coeliac disease.

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A resource by the Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) about childhood cancer care and treatment.

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What is peripheral neuropathy? Your doctor will have explained to you that you have a condition that has a medical name known as a ‘peripheral neuropathy’. There are lots of conditions with different names that are all types of peripheral neuropathies. A peripheral neuropathy is a...

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What is Emerald Lodge? Emerald Lodge is a unit that looks after young people up to 13 years of age who may need support with a wide range of mental health conditions. These conditions may affect their emotions, behaviour and well-being. There are places for 9 residents and we provide care 24 hours a...

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An Invotec resource about using otovent for glue ear.

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