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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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Activities for children, young people and their families developed by Dr Lauren Powell at the University of Sheffield. This is a booklet where your child can learn more about autism. Your child can complete it on their own or with a grown-up. This resource has been developed for autistic children...

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Teaching your child to use the toilet correctly can be a difficult task, whether they are on the autism spectrum or not. But if your child is autistic, the process of developing a toilet routine can take longer, and involve its own particular challenges. This guide provides some useful steps...

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This is an information sheet about the post-diagnosis nursing support for parents and carers of children and young people with autism. What support do you offer? If your child or young person has received a diagnosis of autism you will be offered access to further support, if you want it. We offer...

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Autism toilet training video.

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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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