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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.

The mainstream schools therapy team is made up of occupational therapists, physiotherapists and therapy assistants who specialise in supporting children with physical disabilities who are attending mainstream schools across Sheffield. We work together to help children achieve their full physical potential, promote independence, develop life skills and to support their families. Initial assessments take place...
Sheffield Children's became a Children’s Major Trauma Centre (MTC) in April 2012 and is of only four dedicated paediatric Major Trauma Centres in England. It is the only MTC in South Yorkshire & North Lincolnshire that receives children less than 16 years of age. We are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year.
Welcome to the Movement Disorders Clinic where we see children with complex movement disorders or complex neurological symptoms. Conditions treated at this clinic treat include: ataxia cerebral palsy chorea dystonia Huntington’s disease metabolic movement disorders myoclonus parkinsonism rigidity Children with movement disorders will be evaluated by Dr Santosh Mordekar and his team at Ryegate Children’s...
The transition for children moving from primary to secondary school can be an emotionally difficult time for both you and your children. They are entering the next chapter of their lives, plus going from being the oldest and settled in primary to be the youngest, and therefore often smallest in a much bigger secondary school....
We are able to provide a comprehensive assessment for children referred with complex neurodevelopmental difficulties. Disorders We may diagnose a range of neurodevelopmental disorders including: cerebral palsy learning disability mixed developmental difficulties language delay/disorders sensory and motor difficulties social communication difficulties Assessment The assessment takes place over two days and children are seen by: Paediatrician...
This resource has been developed in collaboration with the following partners: Sheffield Parent Carer Forum Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group Sheffield City Council  
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