Some South Yorkshire CANN Organisations
Fable, is a national epilepsy charity who help support, advice and assist patients, carers and family members affected by Epilepsy in many ways. We run a Freephone advice line, along with a number of local support groups, one to one advise sessions, a buddy scheme and a national patient support network. We also fund pieces of medical equipment which can enhance patients quality of life along with endeavouring to grant patient’s wishes and dreams. Fable work hard to be a lifeline to some, an understanding ear to many and an open door to all.
Fable, 37-39 Bedford Street, Sheffield, S6 3BT
Our Nurses support families, our researchers work to improve children’s health, our dedicated team campaign for a fairer deal and our volunteers and supporters know that 100% of every penny they donate or fundraise will be used for equipment to change a child’s life. Childhood cancers, birth defects, accidents, diseases and infections can all cause our precious babies, children, and young people to face lifelong challenges. It happens to dozens of children and their families every day. Newlife exists because if it was your child, you would want the best for them and that’s what we are working for every day. There are now around one million disabled and terminally ill children in the UK. Thousands of them rely on Newlife to get the equipment they need, equipment that has often been refused by the statutory services or the delays in provision mean that the child will suffer unnecessarily. Newlife runs the only fast track equipment services in the UK helping those children in urgent need.
Hemlock Way, Cannock WS11 7GF
Newlife The Charity For Disabled Children
Based on commitments made in the NHS Long Term Plan, the SYB ICS Children & Young People’s Alliance seeks to improve outcomes and reduce health inequalities for all those aged 0 -25 by delivering the national Children and Young People’s Transformation Programme.
NHS Sheffield CCG 722 Prince of Wales Road Darnall Sheffield S9 4EU
The Children & Young People’s Alliance, South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw Integrated Care Systems
Educational Psychologists work mainly with schools and places where children are educated. We help to find solutions to worries and concerns people might have about how children are developing, progressing or learning. We often work with children who are the most vulnerable and have the greatest complexity of needs. Mainly a specialist service but timely intervention can sometimes prevent issues becoming more complex. The Service consists of a team of Educational Psychologists and an admin team. There are 22 psychologists, some working part time and others full time. This is the equivalent of Just over 18 full time posts for the whole of the city. The Service is currently managed by two Principal Educational Psychologists, supported by three Senior Educational Psychologists. The service has a specialist senior Educational Psychologists for Social Emotional and Mental Health Needs All Educational Psychologists are qualified practitioners, and registered with the HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council) Most practicing psychologists are also members of the Association of Educational Psychologists, and/or the British Psychological Service
Sheffield Educational Psychology Service Floor 4, North Wing Moorfoot Building Sheffield S1 4PL