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What is solutions clinic? The solutions clinic was developed by our CAMHS team as a way of supporting young people and their families into positive change. The clinic uses a ‘brief solution-focused therapy’ model, which is a type of systemic family therapy. Family therapy aims to enable people...

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Ward 2 and Burns is a 22 bedded Orthopaedic, plastics and Burns ward which cares for children age 0 to 16 years. We will try our best to split boys and girls, who are at teen age. We aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible. When your child is admitted to the ward,… Continue Reading...

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What should I expect from the sensory service? Our service is tiered into 3 levels of provision to try to help us get the right support to as many families as possible. Universal provision This is the first level of provision for all families. Our virtual therapy service provides information about...

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Ryegate communications clinic is run by a multidisciplinary team. This is the best way to get to know your child well. How the process works Initial appointment Your child will be seen by a doctor specialising in social communication difficulties. The doctor will send you a letter about what...

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At the safeguarding support unit (SSU) and the sexual assault referral centre (SARC), we offer a range of services to help you. Please note, children can say ‘no’ to examinations at any time, and we will never force children to be examined. Child protection medical assessments Do you...

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The acute assessment unit (AAU) AAU is a busy 14 bedded unit. The unit is usually used for referrals, short stay admissions and Emergency Department (ED) patients that we need to watch for a longer time. Please use the use the entrance for the Emergency Department to get to AAU. Please bring any...

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Welcome to Ward 1 The ward is located on B floor and can be accessed by using the yellow lifts. The ward telephone number is 0114 271 7398. Ward 4 is a general medical ward that cares for children with a range of different medical conditions up to 16 years of age. On ward 1… Continue Reading...

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Welcome to Ward 4 The ward is located on D floor and can be accessed by using the purple lifts. The ward telephone number is 0114 271 7524. Ward 4 is a general medical ward that cares for children with a range of different medical conditions up to 16 years of age. During your child’s…...

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The Child Development and Neurodisability Service is based at the Ryegate Children’s Centre where clinics and therapy sessions are provided, and we also provide therapy at home and in schools. We see children with neurodevelopmental disorders and more than 5000 children come through our doors...

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This video will assist you with tackling childhood constipation and soiling with a Macrogol Laxative (note that all information on macrogol doses refers to the paediatric preparations of macrogol).

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Welcome to Sheffield Children’s. If you are reading this, you might be staying on one of our wards or waiting in our Emergency Department or on the Acute Assessment Unit (AAU). While you are staying with us at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, we want to make sure that you have your needs met so...

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Your physiotherapy appointment is at the Sheffield Hallam University advanced wellness and research centre (AWRC) rather than at the Hospital. What will happen at my appointment? When you arrive at the AWRC, please tell the reception that you are here, and tell them that you are attending an...

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When will I leave the children’s therapy team? This is a joint decision between you and your therapist. Usually the best time to move on to adult services is when you leave school. Why can I not stay with the children’s therapy team until I am 18? You can choose to stay with us however,…...

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Sheffield Children’s resources on sleep from the Child Development and Neurodisability team.

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Sheffield Children’s sensory resources from the Child Development and Neurodisability team.

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Sheffield Children’s resources on emotional wellbeing from the Child Development and Neurodisability team.

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

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Sheffield Children’s resources on behaviour from the Child Development and Neurodisability team.

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A resource by Crohn’s and Colitis UK about transitioning into adult care with Crohn’s and colitis.

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Royal College of Psychiatrists describes what Child and Adultescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are and how people who work in CAMHS may be able to help you, if you, or someone you know, has a mental health problem.

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National Deaf Society resource about what is deafness.

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It has been suggested to you that your child may benefit from treatment with oral bisphosphonates. This information leaflet is intended to answer some of the questions that you may have. Why does my child need treatment? When we saw your child in clinic their medical and fracture history was...

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Specialists in osteogenesis imperfecta The Metabolic Bone Disease Team, led by Dr Paul Arundel provide a focused multidisciplinary service for children with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), also known as brittle bone disease. Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is a national and international...

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What is Ruby Lodge? Ruby Lodge is for children aged 7 to 18 with learning disabilities and mental health difficulties. At Ruby Lodge, we will assess what help you need. What can you help me with? We can help you to cope with problems that you are having. These might be to do with your…...

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