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The Archer Archive - March 2012

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Staff at the Bobath Centre in East End Road do not know how long they can continue providing specialist care for children with cerebral palsy. The crisis has come about because the low of patients referred by NHS primary care trusts is drying up, leaving the centre facing a inancial deicit of £280,000. In November 2010, 20 children were receiving two weeks each of intensive treatment; in November 2011, there were only nine.

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