Looking for something?

Find it in our extensive resource library!

Smart Filters

  • Reset
  • Services

  • Who it's for

  • What it’s about

  • Format

Show
Results
Sort results by

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 68

Download: 8

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 82

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

Sleep resources The Sleep Charity has a phone line service that provide advice and support around difficulties sleeping. They offer a free helpline that is part of their extensive services, open 7pm to 9pm, between Sunday and Thursday. Sheffield Children’s paediatric sleep disorders nursing team...

Resource Type: Article

View: 100

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

We know that the last few years have been hard for everyone but there are a lot of organisations out there who may be able to provide the help you need to see you through. They may be able to help you increase your income, get access to the essentials, and become more involved in… Continue...

Resource Type: Article

View: 276

Download: 12

Resource Type: External

Chris uses Makaton and Widgit symbols to show us what happens when Rory goes for an operation.

Resource Type: External

View: 0

Resource Type: pdf

A resource created with Widgit of the journey of going for a daycase operation.

Resource Type: pdf

View: 142

Download: 15

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 126

Download: 5

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 59

Download: 6

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 268

Download: 8

Resource Type: Article

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...

Resource Type: Article

View: 86

Download: 3

Resource Type: Article

Social communication Children of this age will probably be using facial expressions to communicate how they feel and use eye contact and looking as a way of interacting. They should start to show more interest in sharing in activities like a toy, a book or a physical game, with another person for...

Resource Type: Article

View: 136

Download: 18

Resource Type: Article

This is a huge year for development and your baby will be growing and changing in so many ways. Here are some of the communication skills you can expect to see over the first year. Social communication Throughout their first year of life babies become more interested in others and recognise people...

Resource Type: Article

View: 130

Download: 24

Resource Type: Article

By 3 years old we would typically see children showing awareness of and interest in adults and other children. They should be able to understand and follow daily routines and instructions, and be putting words together to ask for things, answer questions and tell people about things. Social...

Resource Type: Article

View: 123

Download: 17

Resource Type: pdf

Resource Type: pdf

View: 97

Download: 10

Resource Type: Article

We need to collect some saliva from you. This information explains what you need to do ! What you will need Your nurse or doctor should have given you a green request form, and you should also have a testing pack from the laboratory. This should contain: SaliCap plastic sample tube – there may...

Resource Type: Article

View: 83

Download: 6

Resource Type: Article

The following instructions will guide you through the steps of how to collect a 24 hour urine (wee) sample into a sample bottle containing acid preservative. Safety precautions Please be aware: the bottle that you have been given contains an acid preservative, which must not be tipped out or thrown...

Resource Type: Article

View: 80

Download: 1

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 135

Download: 3

Resource Type: Article

Language difficulties are nobody’s fault, but changing the way you talk can really help your child.

Resource Type: Article

View: 99

Download: 1

Resource Type: Article

How do I use this strategy? Repeat back to your child the word, phrase or sentence they have said, correcting any mistakes. This strategy allows you to acknowledge what your child has said, but then let them hear the correct version. It helps you to give praise and reinforcement, rather than...

Resource Type: Article

View: 98

Download: 2

Resource Type: Article

Resource Type: Article

View: 102

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

Sam has been to the doctor. Sam’s doctor said they needed to have a test called an EEG telemetry test. This is what happened to Sam when they had their EEG telemetry test. Sam’s parents got a letter. The letter told her that they would be coming to the hospital for a short stay in…...

Resource Type: Article

View: 90

Download: 2

Resource Type: Article

Emma has been to the doctor. Emma’s doctor said she needed to have the same test as you are having. Emma is having an EEG test. What happened before Emma’s EEG test This is what happened to Emma before she had her EEG. Emma’s mummy got a letter. The letter told her that she had…...

Resource Type: Article

View: 141

Download: 2

Showing 1-24 of 32 results

NHS

Western Bank
Sheffield
S10 2TH

United Kingdom

Switchboard: 0114 271 7000

Interesting Facts


We’ve got a special MRI scanner just for teddies so children can see what it’s like before they have a scan.

Help to transform our extraordinary hospital into something even better.

Sheffield Children's@SheffChildrens
@Eddyblade1 Thank you so much for your support Ryan! 💙

As of 6 July 2022 everyone (colleagues, patients and families) must wear a mask. This applies to all spaces across. all sitesMore information on how we are keeping you safe is available here.
+

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close