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Edward’s story: What happened after his Zolgensma gene therapy?

Edward’s story: What happened after his Zolgensma gene therapy?

29 August 2023

In 2021, when he was just eleven months old, Edward became one of the first patients in the UK to receive the potentially life-saving gene therapy, Zolgensma, at Sheffield Children’s. Now nearly three, Edward is “doing amazingly well”, said...

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We’re celebrating Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Day 2022!

We’re celebrating Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Day 2022!

14 October 2022

Today Sheffield Children’s is celebrating Allied Health Professionals (AHP) Day! We’re showcasing the amazing work and skills of our AHPs by sharing some of their stories – have a read about their roles, career journeys, and what they’re most...

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DCD Team get more children cycling at Bike Group

DCD Team get more children cycling at Bike Group

10 October 2022

Our Developmental Coordination Disorders (DCD) Team have helped get more young people cycling at Bike Group! Bike Group is run by the DCD Team for patients with coordination difficulties, to help them achieve independent bike riding in a small...

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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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Young people at a dedicated mental health centre take part in theatre project

Young people at a dedicated mental health centre take part in theatre project

17 November 2021

Young people who are currently the Becton Centre for children and young people with mental health issues have had the opportunity to take part in a creative arts project thanks to a collaboration between Sheffield arts companies and funding...

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Amos’ story: “He’s a great tonic!”

Amos’ story: “He’s a great tonic!”

19 March 2021

Meet five year old Amos! If Amos isn’t at school or watching his favourite TV programmes (Mr Tumble and Hey Duggee) he’s reading a book or enjoying being outside. He’s also known for cheering people up – people often say...

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Jack’s story – mainstream schools therapy

Jack’s story – mainstream schools therapy

11 April 2019

Jack was a patient on Sheffield Children’s neurosciences ward after he suffered severe bleeding on the brain at seven weeks old. He was treated for four weeks, after being resuscitated and rushed to our Emergency Department. Now, he’s six...

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