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Anosmia is not being able to smell. Smell is one of our body’s powerful senses. Our senses are important for everyday life. When we lose one of our senses or are born without one of them, this has a huge impact on the persons daily life.

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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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Sheffield City Council resource on special guardianship frequently asked questions.

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Sheffield City Council on resource special guardianship orders which are a way to make children live with a safe and permanent carer if, for any reason, they are not able to live with their birth parents.

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Resource by Sheffield City Council on what special guardianship is and what it means.

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Fasting Why can’t my child have anything to eat or drink before the operation? It is important for your child to have an empty stomach before going for surgery, as if there is food or liquid in the stomach during the anaesthetic, it could come up into the back of the throat and damage...

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Introduction Babies diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) may have fractures which appear to have little or no apparent cause. It is important to realise that with the best care in the world, babies with brittle bones may still have fractures. Babies with brittle bones enjoy the same things as...

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A printable PDF sleep diary for you to keep a record of your child’s sleeping.

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The Becton Centre for Children & Young People is situated in Beighton near Crystal Peaks in Sheffield. The Centre has 4 Lodges: Amber, Emerald, Sapphire and Ruby. Ruby Lodge is a specialised unit designed to assess 8 to 18 year olds who have a diagnosis of a moderate to severe learning...

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What is puberty? Everybody experiences puberty as part of growing up, and it can be a difficult time for young people and their families whether they have autism or not. There is no fixed age for puberty to start, however it usually takes place between the age of 8 and 13 years old. Puberty...

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What is puberty? Everybody experiences puberty as part of growing up, and it can be a difficult time for young people and their families whether they have a learning disability or not. There is no fixed age for puberty to start, however it usually takes place between the age of 8 and 13 years...

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Information, advice and support for young people about drugs and alcohol – information for parents, carers and professionals. www.thecornersheffield.com

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National Self Harm Network advice for self harm for young people suffering.

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National Self Harm Network advice for self harm for family, friends and carers.

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This resource from Mind explains self-harm, including possible causes and how you can access treatment and support. It includes tips for helping yourself, and guidance for friends and family.

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NSPCC Letting The Future In referral form for safeguarding children

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What are Navigators? Navigators support young people who may be involved in violence at home, school or in the community. When someone comes to Sheffield Children’s for help with a health problem related to violence, Navigators will offer support. This could be in the Emergency Department, if...

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What is a consultation appointment? Consultation is a space for professionals and parents and carers can come together to talk about concerns for a young person with a learning disability. The aim of a consultation is to share issues and identify strategies that can help. The team who will be...

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What is an implantable hearing device? Your child has a hearing loss, but cannot wear a conventional hearing aid.  This may be because they have had previous mastoid surgery, have a profound hearing loss in one ear (single-sided deafness) or were born with a small ear (microtia). However, there are...

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Who are child psychological wellbeing practitioners? Child psychological wellbeing practitioners (sometimes shortened to CPWP) work with children, young people and their parents. We help with mild to moderate problems with emotions, thoughts and behaviour that have recently started. The treatment we...

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What are prominent ears? Prominent ears are when the ears ‘stick out’. These photographs before and after surgery give an idea of what this means. How are they treated? Various different surgical procedures may be used to correct ears which ‘stick out’. This depends upon the...

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What is a Major Trauma Centre? Sheffield Children’s Hospital is the only Major Trauma Centre (MTC) for children in the South Yorkshire and Humber region. A Major Trauma Centre is a specialised hospital which has the best available skills and equipment to treat patients who have the most serious...

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