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Your physiotherapy appointment is at the Sheffield Hallam University advanced wellness and research centre (AWRC) rather than at the Hospital. What will happen at my appointment? When you arrive at the AWRC, please tell the reception that you are here, and tell them that you are attending an...

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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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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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Independent therapy (sometimes also known as private therapy) is provision and services that are purchased by yourself or other commissioners from companies or providers that are not providing NHS services. Can my child have independent physiotherapy and occupational therapy as well as their NHS...

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What is hip surveillance? Hip surveillance are regular check-ups to monitor the position of a child’s hips. Sometimes a child’s hip can gradually move out of joint which can cause them problems. Hip surveillance aims to pick up on these problems early to allow appropriate management and...

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The aim of mediation is to reach agreements that make things better for everyone. It is voluntary, so no one is forced to take part and you can decide how far you want to take mediation. How does mediation work? The basic types of mediation are individual meetings or joint family mediation. Stage 1...

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Everyone has different amounts of energy. You could think about your energy like a battery, if we use too much energy our battery will run out quickly, if we use the ‘just right’ amount of energy our battery can last for longer and we can do more of the things we like. Pacing is when…...

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What is a sleep system? Sleep systems are positioning aids used during the night to help protect body shape. They provide support for your child or young person so that they are in a better position compared to if they were to sleep without a sleep system. Why is it important to use a sleep…...

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This resource is a list of accessible swimming lessons and sessions in Sheffield. Please be aware that information is subject to change, for the most up to date information please access the individual websites. Swimming lessons Disability swimming lessons at Hillsborough Leisure Centre and Ponds...

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The Elifar Foundation Grants provided for: Manual and powered wheelchairs Communication aids and software Specialised or tough seating, beds and car seats Sensory toys and equipment Apply for a grant here. Whizz-Kidz Provides mobility equipment and wheelchair skills training. Apply for equipment...

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This resource has been developed by Metabolic Bone Disease service to include children with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) in mainstream P.E. lessons at school. In general Please seek specific advice from the pupils physiotherapist for their inclusion in P.E. lessons. Specific advice and guidelines...

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What is umbilical hernia? Umbilical (belly button) hernia is a defect or hole in the wall of the tummy at the belly button. This causes a bulge and sometimes the bowel or fat from inside the tummy can come up into the hernia through the belly button. What cause umbilical hernia? Umbilical hernia is...

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My plan My name is: After your discussion with the clinician today, we are not planning on seeing you again unless you decide you need to be seen. This means you are in control of when you want to be seen, instead of us seeing you when you are well. If you have any of… Continue Reading My...

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A restful environment A good and restful sleep environment can make all the difference when addressing your child’s sleep needs. It is important that this environment is made to suit your child. We will all fall asleep more easily when we are comfortable and relaxed. Here are some top tips to help...

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This resource must accompany the BSACI EpiPen treatment plan. If your child is experiencing any of the severe reactions on their treatment plan, and they need their EpiPen, follow these instructions: Lay your child down on the floor. If their breathing is difficult allow your child to sit. Do not...

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What is an MCUG? A micturating cystourethrogram (MCUG) is an X-ray scan that looks at the bladder, ureters (tubes that carry wee from the kidneys to the bladder), and urethra (wee tube leaving the bladder). We do the scan so that we can see what these structures look like and how the work. We...

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