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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 2 Hansard (6 March) . . Page.. 691 ..

Answers to questions

Day care respite services-Dickson and Narrabundah

(Question No 374)

Mr Cornwell asked the Minister for Health:

Further to your advice on 21 August 2002 that a study was being conducted into the Dickson and Narrabundah day care respite services, and your further undertaking (Hansard 20 November 2002) to see what could be provided of that study to interested parties, including myself:

(1) Could you please advise when a copy of the study can be made available;

(2) If no copy can be made available, why not.

Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is:

(1) Copies of the Review of the Aged Day Care Centre Program were delivered to the offices of all MLAs during the December 2002 sitting period.

(2) A copy of the report has been lodged with the Chamber Support Office.

School drug education

(Question No 382)

Mr Pratt: Asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 19 February 2003:

In relation to school drug education:

(1) What mechanisms are in place for the identification of students at risk of drug abuse.

(2) What departmental discipline procedures are in place for drug offenders.

(3) What is the relationship between the department, schools and the police when it comes to drug control in schools.

(4) What rehabilitation programs for students at risk of drug abuse does the department subscribe to.

(5) What is the make-up of department teaching teams.

(6) Does the department draw on experts to assist with the implementation of programs.

(7) Is there a procedure in place for consultation and education of parents of students at risk of drug abuse.

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