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Encouraging good sleeping habits in children with learning disabilities, including bedtime routine, settling, timings, what to do if they wake in the night, crying, if they want to sleep in your bed, and daytime naps.

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Famous people you may know with ADHD Michael Phelps Michael Phelps is an Olympic swimmer that holds the record for winning the most Olympic events in history. He has 23 gold medals. “Once I figured out how to swim, I felt so free. I could go fast in the pool, it turned out, in part…...

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There are lots of different types of autism support to help you and your child. This resource helps to guide you to find the resources.

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This resource includes a variety of strategies and tips that will help further your understanding of anxiety Diary Using a diary can help to organise thoughts and relieve stress. A diary has no limits allowing your child to express themselves freely. Imagining a bucket of water Anxiety UK suggest...

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There are many different ways to toilet train and professionals do not always agree on the best method or the right time to start. However, children should be learning the skills for toilet training as a normal part of early development. If children are delayed in starting to get the skills needed...

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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...

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Learning disabilities and autism can be easily confused. Some children are diagnosed with just one of the conditions. Some children have both a learning disability and autism. What is a learning disability? A learning disability is a lifelong condition that affects a person’s ability to learn new...

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

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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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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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What is auditory processing? Auditory processing is the ability to break down speech (strings of sound) up into words, groups of sounds and individual phonemes. The problem is not with hearing, but with making sense of what you are hearing. What is it like to have an auditory processing difficulty?...

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