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Oliver’s story: “We need to get him to Sheffield Children’s Hospital as soon as possible.”

Oliver’s story: “We need to get him to Sheffield Children’s Hospital as soon as possible.”

29 March 2022

When Oliver Simpson from Worksop went home for the first time at three days old in 2014, his parents knew something wasn’t right. His dad Rob, recalls: “We initially contacted our local hospital and then our community midwife came...

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Sheffield Children’s plants 200 trees

Sheffield Children’s plants 200 trees

25 March 2022

Sheffield Children’s has planted 200 trees as part of the Trust’s Green Plan in partnership with NHS Forests. A range of Beech, Birch, Rowan and Cherry trees, have been planted at the Becton Centre site in Mosborough, Sheffield Children’s...

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Savannah-Rose’s story with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia

Savannah-Rose’s story with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia

24 March 2022

Five-year-old Savannah-Rose had a well-deserved party to celebrate finishing treatment for leukaemia last month and generously asked for donations to say thank you for her care at Sheffield Children’s. It marked the end of a journey which began in...

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Mia’s story: Living with late-onset Perthes’ disease as a dancer in training

Mia’s story: Living with late-onset Perthes’ disease as a dancer in training

23 March 2022

Meet 12-year-old Mia, an aspiring professional dancer from East Lancashire. Mia has been dancing since she was four years old, first doing ballet and tap, then competing in regional competitions. She is now part of an elite team and...

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Amarah’s story: “It’s the best feeling ever to be Amarah’s mum.”

Amarah’s story: “It’s the best feeling ever to be Amarah’s mum.”

21 March 2022

Is it possible to see Amarah and not smile? Her mum doesn’t think so, and we agree. “She makes friends wherever we go. I’ll be in the supermarket and she’s chatting away to someone! I only have to wake...

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Lillie’s story: “The Cerebral Palsy team have been so helpful over the years.”

Lillie’s story: “The Cerebral Palsy team have been so helpful over the years.”

16 March 2022

Meet eleven-year-old Lillie. Over the last few months, she has been participating in a research trial for an investigational medicine with the Clinical Research Facility (CRF) at Sheffield Children’s.   Lillie has a form of Cerebral Palsy (CP) called...

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Charity programme Artfelt brings adventure to extensive £1m refurbishment programme at Sheffield Children’s

Charity programme Artfelt brings adventure to extensive £1m refurbishment programme at Sheffield Children’s

15 March 2022

Bright new lifts are being unveiled across Sheffield Children’s thanks to a collaboration between charity-funded arts programme, Artfelt, and the Estates Team to create a sense of adventure for patients moving around the hospital. The project has been devised...

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Lois’ Story – ten years on from scoliosis spinal surgery at Sheffield Children’s

Lois’ Story – ten years on from scoliosis spinal surgery at Sheffield Children’s

14 March 2022

22-year-old Lois was diagnosed with Scoliosis 13 years ago at Sheffield Children’s. It’s now been 10 years since her spinal surgery, and she looks back on the care she’s received and how it’s helped her live life to the...

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Drop-in vaccination clinics for clinically vulnerable 12 to 15 year olds at Sheffield Children’s Hospital   

Drop-in vaccination clinics for clinically vulnerable 12 to 15 year olds at Sheffield Children’s Hospital  

11 March 2022

Sheffield Children’s Hospital is holding drop-in vaccination clinics for children who have underlying health conditions ages 12 to 15. Children who have an underlying health condition will have been contacted previously about having a vaccine. The clinics are 5.30pm...

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World Kidney Day – colouring in, learning with Becton School, and kidney biscuits!

World Kidney Day – colouring in, learning with Becton School, and kidney biscuits!

10 March 2022

Sheffield Children’s is recognising World Kidney Day and sharing useful information about kidneys, the team which supports our patients and a story from a current patient receiving care. Learning about kidneys Teachers at Becton School, the dedicated teaching team...

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