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Urgent help For urgent help, please contact: CAMHS on either 0114 226 2348 or 0114 271 6540 between 9am and 5pm Rethink Under 18 Helpline: 08088010612 Text: YM to 85258 for 24-7 support In an emergency, please call 999, or go to your local Emergency Department (Sheffield Children’s Hospital if...

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What is the learning disability mental health (LDMH) team? We work with children and young people who have moderate, severe or profound learning disabilities and who also experience mental health problems or challenging behaviour. A learning disability affects the way a person learns and understands...

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What is transition? In healthcare, we use the word transition to describe the process of preparing, planning and moving from children’s to adult services. Transition is a gradual process that gives you, and everyone involved in your child’s care, time to get ready to move to adult services and...

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What is transition? When you are 16 to 18 years old, the learning disability mental health (LDMH) team will start to talk about something called transition. This means ‘change’. It is what happens when plans are made to support you as an adult. When you are 18 your healthcare may be provided by...

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What is a consultation appointment? Consultation is a space for professionals and parents and carers can come together to talk about concerns for a young person with a learning disability. The aim of a consultation is to share issues and identify strategies that can help. The team who will be...

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This resource from Medicines for Children is for parents and carers about how to use melatonin in children.

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What is demand avoidance? This term refers to a set of behaviours which include: opting out refusal to comply avoiding instructions, requests or demands either directly or indirectly These behaviours can be frustrating and puzzling for others to understand. Sometimes those around the young person...

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What is puberty? Everybody experiences puberty as part of growing up, and it can be a difficult time for young people and their families whether they have a learning disability or not. There is no fixed age for puberty to start, however it usually takes place between the age of 8 and 13 years...

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What is challenging behaviour? Challenging behaviour refers to behaviours that are difficult or challenging for parents, carers, and professionals to manage. These behaviours can be harmful to the young person, others around them, and make it difficult for the person to engage in activities and...

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