National Health Service

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 8th March 2011.

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Photo of Mary Scanlon Mary Scanlon Conservative

Question S3W-39584

To ask the Scottish Executive what health and development checks will be undertaken in the proposed 24 to 30 month review under the universal child health surveillance programme.

Photo of Shona Robison Shona Robison Scottish National Party

As a minimum, the 24 to 30 month review should cover: speech, language and communication; personal, social and emotional development (including behavioural issues); nutrition, growth and weight; immunisations; parental concerns and issues; vision, hearing and oral health, and physical activity and play.

The review may be expanded, depending on child and family circumstances, and professional concerns.

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