Tuesday, 19 April 2005
Dáil Eireann Debate
Suspension of Member.
Order of Business.
Disability Bill 2004: Second Stage (Resumed).
Written Answers - Pension Provisions.
Asked the minister: the number of persons who have taken out PRSAs at the latest date for which figures are available; if he has plans to review the scheme in view of the low take-up rate to date; and if he will make a ...
Asked the minister: the number of persons currently in receipt of a State pension; the implications for pension policy of the changing age structure of the Irish population; his Department’s assessment of the number of ...
Written Answers - National Diabetes Working Group.
Asked the minister: the proposals she has to ensure that diabetes specialist doctors, diabetes nurses, diabetes chiropodists and diabetes dieticians are represented on the national diabetes working group (details supplie...
Written Answers - Mental Health Services.
Asked the minister: the tracking study which has been carried out by his Department regarding persons diagnosed with ADD, ADHD or ODD as children while they progressed into adulthood in the context of employment, anti-so...
Written Answers - Hospitals Building Programme.
Asked the minister: when approval will be granted for the construction of the oncology-haematology section at Waterford Regional Hospital which was identified as a priority in a brief submitted to her Department in Janua...
Written Answers - Cosaint an Chósta.
Asked the minister: ag éirí as Ceist Pharlaiminte 683 an 29 Meán Fómhair 2004, an mbeidh sé in ann glacadh le tairiscint Chomhairle Chontae Phort Láirge i mbliana agus an ndéanfaidh sé ráiteas ina leith.
Written Answers - Community Employment Schemes.
Asked the minister: if, in regard to community employment schemes in rural areas in which the pool of eligible persons is small, he will allow persons under 55 years to have more than the present cap of three years on co...
Written Answers - Irish Language.
Written Answers - Special Educational Needs.
Asked the minister: her proposals to work with the HSE south-eastern area to develop the much needed school for the moderately intellectually disabled in Dungarvan, County Waterford; and if she will make a statement on t...
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