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Narcolepsy is a chronic condition that effects the sleep-wake cycles. Sleep is crucial for physical, emotional wellbeing and cognitive functioning, so narcolepsy impacts many parts of a persons life. Narcolepsy significantly impacts on the quality of night-time sleep leading to excessive daytime...

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Most children are able to return to school after surgery and this is something we encourage to stop them from missing too much school time and minimise disruption to your child’s education. To make sure your child has a smooth return to school we would advise you to speak to your child’s ‘form...

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What is the Phonology Project? The Phonology Project is for children in Year 1 and above who are having difficulties with speech sounds. Children referred to this Speech and Language Therapy pathway must be able to copy speech sounds in isolation and combine them with a vowel sound. Children are...

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What is attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? ADHD is a condition that affects people’s behaviour. It is condition seen in both children and adults. If somebody has ADHD, they might have symptoms which fall into 3 areas: inattention hyperactivity or impulsivity a combination of the...

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Pacey resource steps to build your child’s confidence and start school.

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What is memory? Memory is important in our lives and helps us complete day to day tasks. It allows us to: recall past experiences recognise someone as familiar remember what we need to do in the future learn new skills or information follow instructions When people have difficulties with their...

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What is chronic fatigue syndrome? Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is also known as ME (Myalgic Encepha-lomyelitis). You may have seen it written as CFS/ME. It is a chronic health condition, which cannot be helped by rest. How common is it? Around 50 to 100 in 100,000 children will have chronic...

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What is achondroplasia? Achondroplasia is one of the most common forms of skeletal dysplasia. It is often referred to as a condition causing restriction in growth or short stature. Features include shortened limbs, slowed growth, short stature and changes in the shape and size of parts of the skull....

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What is achondroplasia? Achondroplasia is one of the most common forms of skeletal dysplasia. It is often referred to as a condition causing restriction in growth or short stature. Features include shortened limbs, slowed growth, short stature and changes in the shape and size of parts of the skull....

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The Haemophilia Society resource about bleeding disorders and school.

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Sheffield Children’s resources on going back to school from the Child Development and Neurodisability team.

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A resource by Circa about helping children with Crohn’s or colitis in school when taking tests and exams.

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A resource by Circa about helping children with Crohn’s or colitis in school.

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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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Many children find it difficult to get back into the school routine after a long break, like the summer holidays. The extended time out of school may make it difficult for children to return and we have collated strategies written by our staff to support you with helping your child get ready to go...

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Starting primary school The transition into primary school needs to be planned and well managed. The school should arrange a meeting with the child’s parents and carers and any other professionals before the child starts school. This gives everybody the opportunity to get to know each other,...

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Starting secondary school The transition from primary into secondary school needs to be planned and well managed. It is advisable to arrange a meeting, well in advance of the pupil changing school so that the key people involved in the pupil’s education can meet their and parents and carers, and...

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Form for parents and teachers to score a child on ADHD tendencies.

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What is this information? This information helps to explain how the Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Service support your move into adulthood from early on, and what you and your family can do to prepare. It has been broken into sections – Ready, Steady, Go and Hello – so you to know what...

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