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Stepping into adult healthcare – Sheffield Transition evening

Teenage patient and nurse
03 October 2019

Young people aged 14+ and their families  from across Sheffield are invited to come along to the Sheffield Transition evening to find out more about services as young people move into adulthood. This event is being coordinated jointly by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and Sheffield CCG with input from services across Sheffield.

The event will have stalls from a range of teams from various health, local authority, youth and volunteer services available to give you information about what they offer and answer any questions you may have. Many of the adult hospital teams will have their Sheffield Children’s Hospital colleagues also present so you may see some familiar faces.

Event information

Date: 12th November 2019

Time: 18:00-20:00

Location: Sheffield Town Hall

The teams attending so far are:

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals: Rheumatology. Diabetes, gastroenterology, respiratory, immunology, Musculo-skeletal services and the Emergency Department, Sexual Health Sheffield

Sheffield Health And Social Care: Neuro-enablement service, Community Learning disability Team, Short Term Educational Programme (STEP)

Local Authority Services: Preparing for adulthood team, Sheffield SEN & Disability Information Advice and Support (SSENDIAS)

Youth Services: Sheffield Futures and Door 43

Voluntary Services: Young Healthwatch Sheffield, ZEST for health, Sheffield Parent-Carer Forum, Mencap

Keep checking back as more services will be confirmed in the near future!

We look forward to meeting you for a cup of tea and a chat.

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