Narrow your search for health and wellbeing services using the search options above or the filters on the right.
Within this section, there are 7 sub-categories, each providing listings relating to different aspects of health and wellbeing.
This category includes clinics for which you may need a referral, such as the Community Continence Clinics (Sheffield Children’s NHS) and details of drop-in clinics. Family Centres hold drop in clinics with health visitors which are managed by the Health Visiting (0-19 Service) (Sheffield Children’s NHS). Many also run speech and language drop-in clinics for parents who have concerns about their child’s speech or language development.
Equipment, adaptations and living aids
This category includes listings for organisations which can supply equipment to support children and young people with SEND. The NHS also provides some advice on Household gadgets and equipment to make life easier (NHS).
Health related information
This category includes listings for organisations which provide advice around health issues. These include brain injury, cancer, sensory impairments, stroke and sleep problems. The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) (Sheffield Children’s NHS) can also often help with advice and support and providing information on NHS services in Sheffield.
Within this category, there is a subcategory which provides information about bereavement and related counselling services. Further information can also be found on the Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Groups website which covers Palliative care (Sheffield CCG), as well as the National Council for Palliative Care, and the charity Together for Short Lives.
This category includes listings for services, mostly care homes, which can provide medical respite. The Carers Trust offer some general advice on Respite and Getting a break as well as specific advice on choosing Care homes (Carers Trust). In Sheffield, there are facilities such as Ryegate House (Sheffield Children’s NHS) which offer overnight short breaks for children and young people aged 0-19 with complex neurodisabilities, multiple and profound physical and learning disabilities and life-limiting conditions. The Children’s residential service (Sheffield City Council) also provides short respite services for children with disabilities in Sheffield.
This category includes listings for services which provide advice and support around mental health issues for children and young people with SEND. In Sheffield, children and young people can be referred to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) (Sheffield Children’s NHS) or can access private counselling or therapy services.
This category includes listings for services which provide therapy such as Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (Children’s NHS), including Early Years Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (Children’s NHS) and Speech and Language Therapy (Children’s NHS). Private therapists and charities offering therapy services are also included.
This category includes listings for organisations which provide medical services. The Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation trust also includes an A-Z of Services (Sheffield Children’s NHS) which contains information on everything from Attention Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to Trauma and Orthopaedics.
For further advice and information on health and wellbeing, visit Sheffield City Council’s Public Health webpage.