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Announcements by Janet Woollard

Editor
Thursday, 14 February 2013

source Janet Woollard

Independent Member for Alfred Cove, Dr Janet Woollard MP, is calling on the State Government to review funding and care level assessments for students with disabilities.  This follows a recent incident in which the Department of Education’s Schools Plus  funding program rejected the application for full time care for a kindergarten student who requires this support to ensure she is safe at school and able to interact with other children and staff.
 
Dr Woollard said the current system was onerous, time consuming, difficult and has the potential to inadvertently exclude students with disabilities who require significant care.
Editor
Thursday, 14 February 2013

source Janet Woollard

A regular scheduled public ferry service could be up and running within two years at a fraction of the cost of building major new infrastructure to ease Perth’s traffic congestion, the Independent Member for Alfred Cove, Dr Janet Woollard said today.
Editor
Monday, 21 January 2013

Woollard Statement January 11

Independent Member for Alfred Cove Dr Janet Woollard has vowed to put pressure on the State Government to reverse its decision to cut face-to-face, hands-on training of teachers and other school staff in the use of life-saving anaphylaxis injectors in favour of a cheaper, on-line training system.

Dr Woollard said the government decision was short-sighted and dangerous and anaphylactic children’s lives were at risk if school staff didn’t know how to recognise an allergic reaction and properly use the auto-injectors, known as ‘EpiPens’ and ‘Anapens’.

Editor
Wednesday, 02 January 2013

Janet Wollards staffer Paul Jenkins lost the plot on the phone just before Xmas, bursting his bubble.

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