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Cerebral Palsy

Volume 175: debated on Thursday 28 June 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what are the long-term plans for dealing with educational, medical and social needs of children who suffer from cerebral palsy.

[holding answer 26 June 1990]: The Government will continue to provide a wide range of services and facilities for children with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders. In addition, the United Kingdom is negotiating access to a planned new international institute for conductive education in Hungary and the role of that technique in complementing existing services in Northern Ireland will be considered when those negotiations are concluded.