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

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What is a social story? A social story is a short story that has been written in a specific style and format. It describes what happens in a specific social situation or upcoming event. Social stories can also be used to support teaching new skills such as toilet training or dressing. Social stories...

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Daily washing and bathing These activities and environments can be difficult for a child with sensory needs. There may be small changes that can be made to reduce anxieties and upsets at these times. Smells This can have a strong impact on a child and make just entering the room difficult or...

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QbTest for ADHD assessment.

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Sheffield Health and Social Care’s autism and learning disability service for moving on from school.

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What is the sensory service? The Sensory Service is a multi-disciplinary team based at the Ryegate Children’s Centre. We aim to help parent, carers, school staff and young people to have a better understanding of sensory processing and how this impacts on every day life. We provide information and...

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Form for parents and teachers to score a child on ADHD tendencies.

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What is a meltdown? Often meltdowns can be misunderstood as a tantrum. Tantrum When a child has a tantrum they are very aware of their surroundings and behave in a way to attract attention and a reaction from others for personal gain. Children will often shout, scream, throw themselves on the floor...

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You are coming to this clinic because you may be constipated and are having problems going to the toilet. When you and your parents talk to the doctor or nurse you may hear words like bowel movements, motions or stools. All of these words mean the same as poo. You may have a different word…...

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Download Download a PDF of the blank toilet training diary  How to use this diary Remember to fill this diary in every day. It provides important information for you and your doctor. Sits Aim for 3 sits each day. Sits are usually best after breakfast, after school (or mid afternoon at weekends),...

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What is neurofibromatosis type 1? Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is a common genetic disorder. 1 in every 2500 babies born will have a faulty gene on chromosome 17, which results in NF1. It may be inherited from a parent or it may spontaneously occur. Neurofibromatosis type 1 causes growths...

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What is the Mental Capacity Act and what does it do? The Mental Capacity Act is a legal framework around people over 16 years of age making decisions for themselves and what to do if they are unable to make the decision themselves. The Act sets out 5 key ‘principles’ that must be followed...

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Children with developmental difficulties, for example Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), often have problems with eating. Research has shown that 40 to 80 percent will have problems with food at some point. This can range from children who over eat, to children who have restricted diets. As parents or...

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The aim of this advice is to give you basic information about what to expect after your child has had an intrathecal baclofen pump implanted. How long will my child be in hospital following insertion of the intrathecal baclofen pump? If there are no complications your child will be in hospital 2 to...

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This information will explain what will happen when your child come’s into hospital for an intrathecal baclofen test dose. What will happen when we first arrive at the hospital? You will need to bring your child to the ward either the day before or early in the morning on the day of the test...

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This information has been produced to explain what will happen when your child attends the spasticity management clinic. What is a spasticity clinic? The spasticity management clinic provides assessment and management of complex spasticity or dystonia (abnormal muscle stiffness) due to neurological...

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The aim of this advice is to give you basic information about intrathecal baclofen therapy. Intrathecal baclofen therapy is used as a way of controlling spasticity and spasms. Before using intrathecal baclofen the doctor will consider such things as: the effectiveness of your child’s current...

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This information has been produced to explain why you have been invited to attend a nurse led transition clinic and what to expect at each clinic. If you are under the care of a neurologist at The Ryegate Children’s Centre you will be able to access this service. What is transition? The term...

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What are social stories? Social stories area a personalised, visual approach that: Describe a social situation or context in a way that helps people with developmental disorders (often Autism) to understand Helps a child or young person to make sense of social situations, routines, the meaning of...

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