§ Mr. Alfred Morris
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services, pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Wolverhampton, North-East (Mrs. Short) on 24 January, Official Report, column 526, if he will list the centres in the United Kingdom undertaking training programmes for motor and neurologically impaired children similar to those at the institute for motor disorders in Budapest.
§ Mr. Kenneth Clarke
I understand that about 25 schools and units in the United Kingdom use some form of conductive education. We do not collect detailed information about centres where particular methods of treatment or education are practised.