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Now you are a teenager it is time to start thinking about who will look after you at the adult hospital. It is important that we have time to plan this and for you to meet the people who will be looking after you in the future, so we do this in stages. You will… Continue Reading Urology...

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What is transition? Transition is the process of moving your care from children’s to adult services. The purpose of transition is to: treat you more independently and more like an adult let you ask questions help you to understand your condition and how you can manage it prepare you to go to adult...

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What is a pathway? This resource will help to explain your transition from the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust paediatric Neuromuscular Service into the adult Neuromuscular Service at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Getting ready Around ages 14 to 16 (between school...

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Transition is not a single event, or even a series of single events. It is a gradual process of supporting you and your family through teenage years and into adulthood. The process should begin at age 14 (during your Year 9 annual review at school). This timeline should act as a guide to help you...

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As you are getting older, you will be thinking more about your future. You may have heard people talking about ‘transition’. What is transition? In health care, we use the term ‘transition’ to describe the process of planning, preparing and moving from children’s health...

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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 transition 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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Mental health and feelings Door43 Door43 offers support for 13 to 25 year olds on a range of emotional wellbeing issues in a young person-centred environment. The service focuses on early intervention and low-level support and is not a specialist mental health service. The staff at Door43 are not...

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Many children need routine in order to help them understand the world around them. This means that change and transition often cause them a great deal of anxiety. This could be a minor change, such as taking a different route to the supermarket or a larger change such as going on holiday or moving...

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

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We have set up a text messaging service for our patients who are being seen in the teenage service. The number for this is: 07823 533 862. This number is for text or WhatsApp only. If you would like to speak to us over the phone, please use the contact information at the bottom of… Continue...

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The majority of Rheumatology conditions can continue into adulthood. The purpose of this resource is to help parents and carers understand the transition process from children’s to adult healthcare and explain how parents and carers can support their child or young adult. Social challenges Knowing...

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What is transition? When you are 16 to 18 years old, the learning disability mental health (LDMH) team will start to talk about something called transition. This means ‘change’. It is what happens when plans are made to support you as an adult. When you are 18 your healthcare may be provided by...

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What is transition? Transition is a process of moving from one place or stage of life to another; moving from primary to secondary school is a transition your child will have already made. As your son or daughter is approaching their teenage years we will be encouraging them to be more aware of...

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Introducing the idea of transition As you are getting older it is important to start talking to you about your transition from seeing the Metabolic Bone Team at Sheffield Children’s Hospital to being seen at an adult hospital. What is transition? Transition is the move from one place or phase...

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This resource is intended to provide information about the uveitis transition service provided by the transition team at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. What is the purpose of a uveitis transition clinic? The transition clinic is aimed for young people over the...

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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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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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What is transition? Transition is the process of preparing to move from children’s to adult services. It is a gradual process that gives you and everyone involved in your care time to get ready and to discuss your healthcare needs as an adult. Transition helps you to become responsible for your...

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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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Our approach Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust seek to provide information and support to help young people during their progression towards adult services to avoid any unnecessary stress for young people and their families. Each young person will be listened to and their feelings...

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Where will I be transferred to? Regional Department of Neurotology and Hearing Services Royal Hallamshire Hospital (RHH) Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2JF. The entrance to the department is Entrance 7 on ‘B’ Road (see map) What happens next? During your transition, you and your clinician will...

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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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