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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.

Ryegate House is a fully accessible six bed respite unit with facilities specially designed for children and young people with complex health needs and disabilities. It provides a safe and comfortable environment, inside and out, where children and young people can enjoy their stay. Browse through the photo gallery to have a look around, and...
Did you know that much of your child’s learning and development depends on your relationship with them? It’s never too early to start building that relationship. Babies’ learning starts in pregnancy Connecting with your baby is good for their development so take time to focus on them. When your baby kicks you can respond by...
George took part in our ‘Look At Me Now’ project where we asked young people and their families who have been supported by the DCD team to record a video about their experiences. Here his Mum explains more about the help George received from the team and how far he has come: “George first came...
The DCD team received the following email from Harry’s mum and dad in May 2017. We wanted to write to you to pass on our thanks and to give feedback on the team that worked with our son Harry at the Ryegate Centre. Harry was initially referred to the therapy team to be investigated for...
William took part in our ‘Look At Me Now’ project where we asked young people and their families who have been supported by the DCD team to record a video about their experiences. Jo, William’s Physiotherapist, introduces the video: “William was first referred for physiotherapy when he was about seven with significant delay in his...
Family Hubs in Sheffield Family Hubs are accessible, welcoming, and warm spaces. They deliver activities for children aged 0-5 and offer help, signposting, and support to parents/carers of children aged 0-19, or up to 25 for those with special educational needs and disabilities There are seven hubs which, together with community venues, outreach sites and...
Local offer  The Local Offer is a way of giving children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and their parents or carers information about what activities and support are available in the area where they live. It is not direct support, but rather signposting to local services.  Sheffield Family Centres Provide...
We provide comprehensive care for children with Fanconi Anaemia and other familial or acquired bone marrow failure syndromes. Our services include investigation of the genetic type and multi-professional long-term follow-up.
Our staff pride themselves on developing strong relationships with the children and young people that stay with us. We talk to family members and friends to get a better understanding of how we can support and communicate with each individual child. The ethos within Ryegate House is that all children are able to communicate their...
Our health visitors will give you all the support you need from getting started with breastfeeding to weaning. This includes: while you’re still pregnant we’ll talk about feeding and bonding with your baby holding and feeding your baby when they are born learning how to respond to your baby’s needs recognising feeding cues and knowing...
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