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What is transition? Transition is the process of preparing to move from children’s to adult services. It is a gradual process that gives you and everyone involved in your care time to get ready and to discuss your healthcare needs as an adult. Transition helps you to become responsible for your...

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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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Great news for our ADHD families Our ADHD Team have started to use a child orientated activity book for children aged 7 to 11 years that aims to help them understand and manage their ADHD more effectively. The activity book was developed by Dr Lauren Powell, Lecturer in Psychology and Education at...

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Epic friends is all about helping young people to help their friends who might be struggling to cope emotionally… Information about lots of common issues spotting the signs that your friend needs a hand How to help your friend When to talk to a professional Tips for giving yourself a mental...

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Generally children’s nappies and pull ups are available in weight measurements. For children and adult products the fit will be either by a waist or hip measurements. Some suppliers may send out samples first to try. It is worth shopping around as different suppliers seem to have different...

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Bedwetting is a common issue that affects 1 in 10 children at the age of 7 years. One of the most important things to check is whether your child is drinking enough during the day. 6 to 8 drinks or around 200mls each, of clear fluids evenly spread through the day are important to make…...

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Using an alarm is a good way of overcoming bedwetting. It helps by giving you a prompt to wake up as soon as your child starts to wee. At bedtime Avoid your child drinking a lot in the 2 hours before bedtime before they go to sleep. Make sure they have 2 wees, 1 before… Continue Reading Alarm...

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Try to get your child to drink at least 6 drinks 200mls cups of water to equal 1200mls of water each day. This will help to improve their bladder capacity. Get your child into the habit of going to the toilet on a regular basis. Wherever possible older children should take responsibility for this....

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Toilet training children can be difficult for everyone. Here are some tips to help you and your child get the hang of it. Timing Encourage your child to try and go to the toilet 20 to 30 minutes after every meal, and before they go to bed. Posture Make sure their feet firmly supported, with…...

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These resources from the Joint United Kingdom (UK) Blood Transfusion and Tissue Transplantation Services Professional Advisory Committee website provides information for patients on the use of cell salvage such as Fresh Frozen Plasma and Cryoprecipitate provides information and describes the...

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