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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 following 12 videos and resources have been made for families who have a child with autism. They are best used after visiting our other supportive resources. The resources on this page are designed to help you support your child in understanding and managing their feelings as part of their autism. We would suggest...
Urology is all about looking after problems with the kidneys, ureters, bladder and genitals. On this page you will find lots of information about our team, how we care for children and young people, and the investigations and procedures we carry out at Sheffield Children’s. What do we do in Urology? We provide specialist care...
Many organisations offer advice and information to young people on a broad range of mental health issues. A number of useful websites are listed below. AnxietyBC Youth Information and advice for young people on anxiety and videos of young people’s experiences with facing their fears. Beat Information about eating disorders, recovery stories and how to...
Information, activities and ideas to support the under 5’s Tiny Happy People via BBC.co.uk Hungry Little Minds via GOV.uk Twinkl continue to provide many resources relevant to children with Speech, and Language needs. Information about Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) on YouTube I CAN is a children’s communication charity. Their website https://ican.org.uk/ gives information about children’s...
The DCD team has gathered together a selection of websites that can be helpful for parents and children with DCD. If you’d like to recommend a website that you’ve found useful, please contact the DCD team on 0114 271 7610. Find out more about DCD CanChild DCD online workshop Online workshops to help parents /...
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