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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 26 September 2019) . . Page.. 4049 ..


children, 70 were issued with a Health Passport. The remaining 25 exited care during the financial year and as such were not issued a Health Passport (15 of the 25 were in care for 14 days or less).

b. In 2018-19, there were 17 young people aged 15-18 who entered care and for whom the Director-General held parental responsibility. Five of these young people were issued a Health Passport. At the time of issue these young people were aged 14 years.

9. CYPS seeks to issue a Health Passport prior to the child or young person attending their first Child at Risk Health Unit (CARHU) Out of Home Care Health and Wellbeing Screen, where this is reasonably practicable.

10.

a. Within two weeks, 57 children and young people between the ages of birth until 14 years received their Health Passport.

b. Within four weeks, five children and young people between the ages of birth until 14 years received their Health Passport.

Within six weeks, two children and young people between the ages of birth until 14 received their Health Passport.

Six children and young people between the ages of birth until 14 received their Health Passport after six weeks.

11.

a. One young person between the ages of 15-18 received their Health Passport within two weeks.

b. Two young people between the ages of 15-18 received their Health Passport within four weeks.

Two young people between the ages of 15-18 received their Health passport within six weeks.

12. On a weekly basis, CYPS Operational Support team receive a new ‘children in care report’. Once this is received the Operational Support Officer issues the Health Passports to the CYPS Case Manager. This is recorded on the Children and Young Person System. The CYPS Case Manager then provides the Health Passport to the carer.


Schools—Miles Franklin(Question No 2660)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, upon notice, on 16 August 2019:

(1) What consultation is being undertaken in relation to the proposed fencing around Miles Franklin School and (a) who is being consulted and (b) when will consultation conclude.


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