Neurosciences patient information leaflets

This page lists leaflets produced or used by our department. Each leaflet is reviewed at least every three years to make sure it is kept up to date.


This handbook explains what happens when you have a stroke.

Children's stroke service

The children's stroke service gives advice and treatment to children affected by stroke in infancy, childhood or in their teenage years.

Combined video EEG telemetry sleep study

This leaflet explains more about having a combined video EEG telemetry sleep study.

Complex feeding clinic - Information for parents and carers

This leaflet explains more about the behavioural feeding clinic for children with different types of feeding problems. It explains what happens at the clinic, why your child might be referred and where to find us.

Deep brain stimulation information

This leaflet gives more information about DBS in children, including how it works, risks, possible benefits and what you can expect when your child comes to hospital.

Feeding and swallowing difficulties in children with heart conditions

This leaflet explains the feeding and swallowing difficulties your child may experiencewith their heart condition

Having an EEG with PET

Information about having an EEG with PET, including the benefits and risks and what you can expect.

Home video EEG telemetry

This leaflet explains more about having a home video EEG telemetry

Lower limb movement service

This leaflet gives more information on what to expect if your child is offered an appointment with the lower limb movement service.

Neonatal stroke

Information for families who have been told their baby has had a stroke around the time of birth. It answers some commonly asked questions and provides an overview of neonatal stroke.
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