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If you are being treated with a paraffin based product, for example: white soft paraffin white soft paraffin plus 50 percent liquid paraffin emulsifying ointment These can be covered by a dressing or clothing. Keep away from fire when using these products. Paraffin based products in contact with...

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Your Speech and Language Therapist will provide you with the right speech sound pack for your child. You can work through the activities at home to help your child practise their speech sounds. Each pack will focus on saying one sound at a time in a specific position of the word such as beginning,...

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Beat eating disorders are a UK wide charity who work to support those who are affected by eating disorders.

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SYEDA are an independent charity who provide non-judgemental support to people affected by eating disorders.

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When a baby is in the womb, the umbilical cord is the way that they get blood supply and nutrients from the mother. Once the baby is born, the cord is clamped and cut, leaving a small stump. Over the next 1 or 2 weeks, this will slowly start to change colour, dry out and… Continue Reading...

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This resource is about using mindfulness to help with pain management. What is mindfulness? There is a lot of talk about mindfulness at the moment. It has become a bit of a ‘buzz word’, which you may have heard in school, on social media, on TV. It is however, not as new as it sounds.…...

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In CAMHS we will ask you or your parent or carer to complete some questionnaires. These questionnaires are often what we call ‘outcome measures.’ What is an outcome measure questionnaire? Outcome measure questionnaires usually ask questions about your wellbeing and challenges you may be facing....

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Why is this programme important? A trampette is a small trampoline that can be used inside the home. Regular practice on your trampette can improve: balance while moving coordination staminutea stability It is a fun and challenging activity which is enjoyed by children of all ages and abilities. Use...

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This resource is for children who are having limb reconstruction treatment. We know that new bone formation is affected by smoking, which includes passive smoking (breathing in other people’s smoke) and the use of e-cigarettes (vapes). How long will my child’s external fixator be needed?...

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What is fatigue? Fatigue is a feeling of extreme tiredness, exhaustion or lack of energy. It can happen even when someone person seems to be getting enough sleep. Fatigue is common in people with cancer, this is called cancer related fatigue. Up to 90 percent of people report feelings of fatigue,...

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Why is this programme important? There are many benefits to high intensity interval training (HIIT). It can improve motor coordination, strength, fitness, and it can help you sleep better at night. It can also help improve your mental health because of the endorphins (happy hormones) which are...

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Why is this programme important? A trampette is a small trampoline that can be used inside the home. Regular practice on your trampette can improve: balance coordination stamina stability It is a fun and challenging activity which is enjoyed by children of all ages and abilities. Use this programme...

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Research tells us that play and connection is very important during a child’s hospitalisation. It helps with their boredom, and can distract them from uncomfortable things that they may not be used to that happen in hospital. It can be really hard to think of things to together when you do not...

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This programme can be used to improve your throwing and catching skills. You need to practice 2 to 3 times per week. Why are throwing and catching skills important? Being able to throw and catch helps children to join in with P.E. or after school activities and play with their friends at playtime....

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Nutrition is important for our mental health as well as our physical health. Following a healthy balanced diet can affect your mood in a positive way. Eat regular meals Aim for little and often. Your brain needs the right amount of nutrients regularly so that it can function properly. The brain...

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Mencap advice and support that is right for your family – from the earliest years to young adulthood.

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Mencap advice and support for parents and carers of children and young people with learning disability.

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Mencap advice on dealing with learning disability diagnosis.

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Family Action Sheffield ADHD Project by Sheffield City Council.

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What is the front door group? The front door group is a pilot psychoeducational group for young people at the start of their CAMHS journey. You and your family will be introduced to new ways of thinking about your emotions and distress. We will introduce some key tools for managing emotional...

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What is dialectical behaviour therapy? Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based intervention for addressing self harm and suicidal behaviours in young people. It was developed from cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and focusses on helping young people and their families learn skills...

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RoSPA advice checklist on keeping children away from cleaning products, medications, and other items that can accidentally poison your child.

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RoSPA advice on keeping children away from cleaning products, medications, and other items that can accidentally poison your child.

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