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A-Z of services

A-Z of services

An A-Z directory of services offered by Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.

My name is Carrie and I’m a health visitor with the Hallam Health Visiting Team. I am a qualified nurse and midwife and have worked for Sheffield Children’s as a health visitor since 2013. I’ve written a short diary to give you an insight into what a typical week looks like for a health visitor...
Local Services Disability Support Sheffield Provides information about local sports clubs and leisure facilities that are available for disabled people.  Special Needs Inclusion Playcare Sevice (SNIPS) Support children with disabilities to access clubs and activities of their choice. Aspergers Children and Carers Together (ACCT) Provides a wide range of in-person and online activity groups for...
Children with ADHD It is known that one per cent of school age population have severe ADHD. Those with severe conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder or major family breakdown should be referred to CAMHS for assessment and treatment. However at least 50 per cent will have developmental comorbidities including Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Language...
We run a service for adults, aged 16 or over, who stammer (also called stuttering). This is supported by Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and our clinic is based at Flockton House in Nether Edge. We realise that this might be the first time that someone talks about their stammer or talks about how it impacts...
Next steps This page outlines the next steps following your child’s ADHD assessment. There are different possible outcomes from the assessment. Your child may:  be diagnosed with ADHD need further assessment for other conditions such as autism, developmental impairment, a learning disability, developmental language disorder or developmental co-ordination disorder. Further assessment may show your child...
In our Allergy Service we diagnose and manage children with a range of allergies including food, skin, drug and respiratory allergies. Services We work closely with other hospital departments plus adult allergy services and laboratories to provide a range of services. Specialist allergy nurses do supervised food challenges most days on our Research and Medical...
Welcome to Amber Lodge at the Becton Centre, a day unit where we offer intensive outreach support and see young people aged 5-11 who have serious and complex mental health problems. We are a regional unit and children are referred to us from community CAMHS teams in Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and North Derbyshire. It is...
Your child’s safety is our primary concern. Our anaesthetists specialise in looking after children with a variety of complex medical problems and bringing them safely through surgery. We are also skilled in a variety of specialised pain treatments to make children much more comfortable when they awake after surgery. This makes the stress of going...
Your child/young person may be on the waiting list for an assessment for possible Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The wait for an assessment can be very long and we know this can be a difficult and frustrating time for your child and your family. We have provided information on the assessment process for autism along...
Our Ataxia Service is the UK’s only clinic for children’s ataxia. It has been accredited by Ataxia UK as a centre of excellence, where people with ataxia receive the best possible quality of care and a co-ordinated service combining diagnosis, treatment, support and research.  The clinic aims to provide the best possible outpatient care to...
After an autism assessment   This page outlines the next steps following your autism assessment. There are different possible outcomes from the assessment. Your child may:  Be diagnosed with autism Need further assessment for other conditions such as ADHD, developmental impairment/learning disability or developmental language disorder. Further assessment may show your child has other conditions alongside...
On this page you will find a number of documents to help with preparing you and your child for the assessment appointment. The team will work with you to find out what is best for you and your child but remember, there is a lot of support available before you receive a diagnosis so you...
What to expect at your child’s autism assessment  The aim of your assessment appointment is to identify whether your child fits the diagnostic criteria for autism. The assessment team will work with you and your child to find out about their strengths and needs. We will not be able to provide specific individual advice and...
These workshop videos will take you on a journey of what autism is, how to support your autistic child in specific areas including communication, using the toilet, eating, sleep and behaviour. Below are a series of videos that make up our autism parent and carer workshops. We have now turned our face to face workshops...
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