1. What is the total number of children and young people diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy by your Trust/Health Board in the last five years? (N.B.: this should be recorded as a total figure rather than figures for each year individually.)
2. What is the care pathway for children and young people with cerebral palsy in your Trust/Health Board? Please provide a copy of this if possible.
3. Is there a specific timescale set out in your care pathway for referral to a child development service for diagnosis of cerebral palsy from the point when symptoms are initially identified? If so, please provide this data.
4. What is the total number of:
a. Health visitors employed by your Trust/Health Board?
b. Specialist health visitors for children with special needs employed by your Trust/Health Board?
5. What training is given to healthcare professionals, including health visitors and GP’s, to recognise the risk factors and possible symptoms for Cerebral Palsy?
6. What is the total number of specialist staff employed by your Trust/Health Board, who are trained to work with children and young people with Cerebral Palsy, from the following disciplines:
a. Paediatric speech and language therapy
b. Paediatric physiotherapy
c. Paediatric occupational therapy
7. How many children and young people with Cerebral Palsy are currently on a waiting list to access any of the above services within your Trust/Health Board?

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