Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 7 Hansard (6 June) . . Page.. 2170..
The Aged Care Act 1997 (the Act) details the responsibilities of approved providers of aged care in relation to specified care and services. Section 54-1(a) of the Act details the responsibilities of approved providers in providing such care and services as are specified in the Quality of Care Principles 1997 (the Quality of Care Principles).
All specified care and services as described in the Quality of Care Principles are available to residents of aged care homes nationally.
These responsibilities also include the provision of podiatry to care recipients of high level residential care, where required.
Commonwealth funded residential aged care services are required to provide and/or assist a resident in accessing specialist therapy services dependent upon the level of care the resident has been assessed as requiring.
(2) Outside of nursing homes, government funded and privately run services provide podiatry and other services.
The Integrated Health Care Program, delivered through ACT Community Care includes podiatry services for those people living in the community. In addition, a range of services provided through the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program, although not specifically funded for podiatry services, provide services which encourage and support the elderly to continue living in their own homes. Such services assisting elderly people include home maintenance, domestic and personal services to ensure elderly people are living safely and healthily in the home.
(3) As previously stated the Commonwealth is responsible for the provision of podiatry services to residents of aged care residential services
(Question No 216)
Mr Stefaniak asked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice, on 6 June 2002:
In relation to speed cameras on roads in the ACT:
(1) What is the amount of revenue raised by speed cameras for the years:
(c) 2001; and
(2) What is the amount of revenue raised by speed cameras for the years in (1) for:
(e) North Canberra;
(f) South Canberra; and