London's Pulse: Medical Officer of Health reports 1848-1972

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West Ham 1934

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for West Ham]

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C. Crippled Children.

Children (other than those diagnosed as tuberculous and in need of treatment for that disease) who are suffering from a degree of crippling sufficiently severe to interfere materially with a child's normal mode of life. i.e., children who generally speaking are unable to take part, in any complete sense, in physical exercises or games or such activities of the School curriculum.

At Certified Special SchoolsAt Public Elementary SchoolsAt Other Institutions.At no School or Institution.Total.

D. Children with Heart Disease.

Children whose defect is so severe as to necessitate the provision of educational facilities other than those of the Public Elementary School.

At Certified Special Schools.At Public Elementary Schools.At Other Institutions.At no School or Institution.Total.