A-Z of services

A-Z of services

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

The Early Years Team works with pre-school children and babies in the Sheffield area. We see a variety of children with and without a formal medical diagnosis, from those with a delay in their motor development to children with more complex needs such as cerebral palsy and syndromes (including Down’s syndrome). Our aim is to...
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Sheffield Children’s offers a service to help children who have eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties. Our Speech and Language therapists who specialise in supporting families with eating, drinking and swallowing are based within the early years, schools and special schools teams.  There is also a team of therapists who see children when they are in...
Sheffield Eating Disorder Assessment Treatment Team (SEDATT) is a dedicated eating disorder service for children and young people up to the age of 16. We are a specialist service within CAMHS and work closely with our colleagues at the Sheffield Eating Disorder Service which supports people over 16. We assess young people for a number...
Eczema, also known as atopic or childhood eczema, is the most common skin condition we see. In milder cases the skin is dry, red and itchy. In more serious cases there could be weeping, crusting and splitting of the skin. At this point it can become even more itchy and uncomfortable. Approximately one in five...
Welcome to our Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Service where we diagnose children and adults with suspected complex EDS throughout the country. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a group of inherited disorders where skin, joints, blood vessels and hollow organs can be affected as a result of underlying defects in connective tissue. Several major types are identified including classical,...
Our Embrace service is a highly specialist, round-the-clock transport service for critically ill infants and children in Yorkshire and the Humber who require care in another hospital in the region or further afield. About Embrace Each year our specialist teams of nurses, advanced nurse practitioners, doctors and drivers transfer more than 2,000 infants and children...
Welcome to Emerald Lodge at the Becton Centre where we have places for 12 young people (nine residents and three day-attenders) aged 10-13 who are experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties. We offer assessment, care and treatment for young people presenting with a serious mental illness who require intensive day or hospital admission. Our team of...
Our Emergency Department (ED) is also known as Accident and Emergency (A&E). We are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We provide emergency care for more than 52,000 children every year, up to the age of 16, with a range of illnesses and injuries. There are a limited number of parking spaces on...
Poor mental health, low self-esteem and bullying can negatively impact on young people’s health and educational attainment. A negative body image, poor diet, substance misuse and relationship difficulties are major risk factors for ill-health. Our service wants every child and young person to have access to early help in supporting their emotional wellbeing and mental...
Our Epilepsy Service is widely recognised as one of the top services in the UK having led pioneering treatments for the VNS implant and the ketogenic diet. The Epilepsy Team evaluate and provide ongoing care for children with seizure disorders from infants through to 19 years of age. Aims We aim to provide a prompt,...
Since November 2012 the NHS has altered the way epilepsy surgery for children is provided throughout the country. Four Children’s Epilepsy Surgery Services (CESSs) have been created to offer epilepsy surgery to many more children and young people with epilepsy. Sheffield Children’s Hospital works in partnership with our colleagues from Birmingham Children’s Hospital as a...
Here in the Eye Department (also known as Ophthalmology) we see children with a wide range of eye disorders including: amblyopia strabismus refractive error hypermetropia – long sightedness myopia – short sightedness astigmatism cataract ptosis Support We have a Vision Impairment Service which helps children attain their visual potential. Carers can meet parents of other...
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