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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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What is challenging behaviour? Challenging behaviour refers to behaviours that are difficult or challenging for parents, carers, and professionals to manage. These behaviours can be harmful to the young person, others around them, and make it difficult for the person to engage in activities and...

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The hospital chaplains The chaplains work for the hospital, and are a part of the care which is provided while your child is in hospital. Chaplains are here for everyone — patients, parents, carers, guardians, other relatives, and staff. The NHS Patient Charter promises to respect “your...

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Where is the ophthalmology department in the Royal Hallamshire Hospital? The ophthalmology department is on A floor and can be accessed from its own entrance on A road (opposite the multi storey car park). If you wish to speak to someone before coming to the hospital or have some special...

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A Young Minds guide to caring for the mental wellbeing of a child.

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CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. This Young Minds guide to CAMHS shows who’s who in mental health services, and who you can call if you need to talk to someone.  

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Who are the child wellbeing practitioners? Child wellbeing practitioners work with children, young people, and their parents to help with mild to moderate problems with emotions, thoughts or behaviour. What do child wellbeing practitioners help with? anxiety (worries) and fears low mood and...

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What is an SSRI? Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) relates to how this group of medicines works in the brain. It is a group of medicines which are similar in some ways. It includes the most well known medicine of the group called fluoxetine (also known as Prozac). What are SSRIs used for...

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Your Sheffield Children’s team The members of the liver team at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust are: Dr. Nedelkopoulou – Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology Dr. Schluckebier – Locum Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology Rhona Hubbard –...

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Who are children’s psychological wellbeing practitioner (CPWP)s? Children’s psychological wellbeing practitioner (CPWP) work with children, young people and their parents and carers when they are experiencing mild to moderate problems with their emotions, thoughts or behaviour. What do...

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What is brief solution focussed therapy clinic? The brief solution focussed therapy clinic (BSFT) is a clinic we offer at child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) for young people of all ages. This clinic helps children, young people and their families build on the strengths they already...

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Your guide to CAMHS, who’s who in mental health services, and who you can call if you need to talk to someone.

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What is risperidone? Risperidone is a modern antipsychotic medication which is licensed for the treatment of schizophrenia and for the treatment of mania in bipolar disorder in adults. What is risperidone used for in child psychiatry? Risperidone is not licensed for use below the age of 18 years....

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Self-harm affects thousands of young people in the UK. It’s often a sign of another mental health problem as it is used as a means of relief or escape. It’s dangerous too and can potentially be fatal. As part of the Young Mind’s No Harm Done project, they have created resources to help...

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Talking to your child about how they’re feeling can be hard. You might feel like you don’t know where to start or when a ‘good time’ to talk is. By taking 20 minutes to do an activity you both enjoy, you can create a relaxed space for getting the conversation started. Here, Young Minds...

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What is sertraline? Sertraline belongs to a class of antidepressants called selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs). In adults it is licensed for use in depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. What is sertraline used for in child psychiatry? Obsessive...

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What is the teenagers transition clinic? The teenagers transition clinic has been set up to ensure that you, as an individual, are prepared for the transfer of your care to adult services. This information is designed to guide you through the process and point you in the right direction in order to...

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Parenting isn’t always easy. Although it’s often amazing and rewarding to watch your children grow up, and to help them learn to be independent, it can also be really hard work. Here are some tips from Young Minds for looking after your child while also looking after yourself.

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Self-harm is difficult to talk about but it’s a common problem and you can beat it. Take a look at this resource by Young Minds to find out what self-harm means and what to do if you think you’re affected by it.

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What is atomoxetine? Atomoxetine is a non-stimulant medication and is not related to amphetamine like other medications commonly used in attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It increases attention and decreases impulsivity and hyperactivity. What is atomoxetine used for in child...

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What is transition? There are national guidelines to make sure that every child receives a structured and planned transition into adult services. This makes sure your ongoing medical, psychosocial, educational and vocational needs are properly met. We recognise that this can be an uncertain and...

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This information has been produced to explain why you have been invited to attend a nurse led transition clinic and what to expect at each clinic. If you are under the care of a neurologist at The Ryegate Children’s Centre you will be able to access this service. What is transition? The term...

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What is the young persons clinic? The young persons clinic has been set up to make sure that you, as an individual, are prepared for the eventual transfer of your care to adult services. This information resource is designed to guide you through the process and point you in the right direction in...

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