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What can I do when someone wants to tackle their restricted diet? When children get older, they can become more socially motivated to challenge the way they eat. This is often when they start to feel that their restricted diet is getting in the way of doing things they want to do, like going...

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What is overfilling? When some children eat, they may put too much food in their mouth. This can include putting another mouthful or bite in before they have finished the last one. It can include putting the whole of a food in their mouth, like a whole cake bar. This can increase their risk...

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Why do we use a Doidy or flexi cup? When children drink from a cup they have to learn lots of new things such as: how to move liquid from the front to the back of their mouth how much to tip the cup how much liquid is enough but not too much Doidy cups… Continue Reading Doidy cups and flexi...

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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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This series of videos explains why we use shapes and colours to support children’s spoken language and literacy development in the Speech and Language Therapy Service in Sheffield. The videos below demonstrate how to use the Sheffield shapes and colours system and have been created by Jaime...

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Information for Parents and Carers Who are we? We are a team of Speech and Language Therapists and Assistants who see children and young people in specialist schools and integrated resources (IRs). What do we do? We help children and young people with: Speech, language and communication needs...

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A series of posters created by Abed Ahmed, Mr ST @stammer_teacher, on what stammering is and what you can do to support young people who stammer. Abed is a teacher with a stammer who helps young people who stammer. Abed has given us permission to share these posters on the Sheffield...

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A training video that outlines the role of everyone who is involved in ensuring safe, nutritive, and quality mealtimes for children and young people. This advice is for teaching staff in specialist provision – specialist schools and integrated resources. Delivered by Sally Twigg (Speech and...

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A training video that will help to familiarise you with the written feeding plan, known as a mealtime mat. Delivered by Rachel Ward (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 2:30

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A training video that explains the IDDSI (International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative) levels and uses practical examples of how you can ensure foods and liquids are the correct texture. Delivered by Larissa Naylor and Rachel Nunn (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 34:00 IDDSI Level 0...

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This training video covers the areas we need to consider at mealtimes to support children and young people with eating and drinking difficulties. Delivered by Larissa Naylor and Rachel Nunn (Speech and Language Therapists) Time: 11:43

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A training video that will increase your awareness of the red flags to look out for whilst you are supporting children and young people at their mealtimes. Delivered by Rachel Ward (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 2:47

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A series of training videos developed by the Speech and Language Therapy Feeding Team. Video 1. An introduction on why we work on eating and drinking skills An introductory training video on how to ensure safe eating and drinking skills, adequate nutrition and quality mealtimes for children and...

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An introductory training video on why we work on eating and drinking skills. Delivered by Rachel Nunn (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 3:55

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A training video that will give you an understanding of the anatomy of the head and neck, what is involved in a swallow, and what can go wrong at each stage of the swallow. Delivered by Rosa Holden (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 12:07

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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 are Blank Levels? Your child is developing their understanding at Blank Level 1 which means that they are learning to apply vocabulary and language to things in their environment (naming). Your child is not yet able to describe, talk about events or stories and problem solve, for example,...

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What are Blank Levels? Below are some examples of Blank Levels 1-4 questions to ask during play at home and continuous provision in school. Try to match your questions to what your child is doing.    

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What are Blank Levels? Below are examples of questions at Blank Levels 1-4 for specific subjects. Try to match your questions to the learning task or activity. Literacy / English Literature Level 1 Name items, real or pictures, for example, ‘What’s this?’ Find named items, for example, ‘Show...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child is developing their understanding at Blank Level 2 which means that they are learning to apply vocabulary and language to things in their environment (naming and describing). They need to develop the ability to select what to attend to, for example, which element of...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child needs support to develop the ability to re-tell an event or narrative. They need to develop the ability to identify what a character or person is thinking and feeling and use their understanding of what has just happened to predict what will happen. They need to be...

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What are Blank Levels? Your child or young person needs support to develop the ability to reason beyond what is seen heard or said. They need to develop the ability to draw on past experiences, make parallels, examine cause and likely effects as well as justify the decision made, for example, infer,...

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