Treatment Principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006 (Residential Care Classification) Amendment Instrument 2014

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2014L00880

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Australian Government
 
Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests (Treatment) Act 2006
 
treatment principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006 (residential care classification) Amendment instrument 2014
 
Instrument 2014 No. R26
 
I, Michael Ronaldson, Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, pursuant to section 16(7) of the Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests (Treatment) Act 2006, approve this instrument made by the Repatriation Commission.
 
Dated this 26th                        day of June                                       2014
 
 
Michael Ronaldson
……………………….............................................
MICHAEL RONALDSON
 
The Repatriation Commission, pursuant to section 16(6) of the Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests (Treatment) Act 2006, varies, in accordance with the Schedule, the Treatment Principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006 (Instrument 2013 No. R54).
 
Dated this  24th              day of June                           2014
 
The Seal of the                                                )
Repatriation Commission                                )SEAL
was affixed hereto in the                                )
presence of:                                                     )
Simon Lewis                     Jennifer Collins                           Major General Mark Kelly
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SIMON LEWIS            JENNIFER COLLINS                   Major General Mark Kelly
                                                                                                                AO DSC
    PRESIDENT     ACTING DEPUTY PRESIDENT                 COMMISSIONER
 
 
Name
 
[1]       This instrument is the Treatment Principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006 (Residential Care Classification) Amendment Instrument 2014.
 
Commencement
 
[2]       This instrument commences when the Veterans’ Entitlements (Treatment Principles – Residential Care Classification) Amendment Instrument 2014 commences.
 
Note: the Veterans’ Entitlements (Treatment Principles – Residential Care Classification) Amendment Instrument 2014 commences, or is taken to have commenced, on 1 July 2014.
 
 
Schedule
 
VARIATIONS TO THE Treatment Principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006
 
Note 1: this Schedule is varying the modifications in the Schedule to the Treatment Principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006.
 
Note 2: the Treatment Principles (Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests) 2006 modify the Treatment Principles under the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 in their application to eligible persons under the Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests (Treatment) Act 2006.
 
1.      Item 4. – Paragraph 1.4 — Interpretation — substituted paragraph 1.4.1 (definition of: “high level of residential care”)
 
omit.
 
2.      Item 4. - Paragraph 1.4 — Interpretation — substituted paragraph 1.4.1
 
insert:
“Classification Principles 2014” means the legislative instrument of that name made under section 96-1 of the Aged Care Act 1997.
 
“Quality of Care Principles 2014” means the legislative instrument of that name made under section 96‑1 of the Aged Care Act 1997.
 
“residential care (consisting of at least one high or two medium domain categories)” means the care or service provided to a person in residential care who is a person described in paragraph 7(6)(a) of the Quality of Care Principles 2014.
 
Note (1): a person described in paragraph 7(6)(a) of the Quality of Care Principles 2014 is a care recipient in residential care whose classification level under the Classification Principles 2014 includes any of the following:
 
(i) high ADL domain category;
(ii) high CHC domain category;
(iii) high behaviour domain category;
(iv) a medium domain category in at least 2 domains.
 
These categories are worked out under the Classification Principles 2014.
 
Note (2) a person described in paragraph 7(6)(a) of the Quality of Care Principles 2014 may be provided with care and services specified in Part 1, 2 or 3 of Schedule 1 of the Quality of Care Principles 2014.
“high level of residential care (respite)”, in relation to a person, means that under the Classification Principles 2014 the classification level for the person as a care recipient being provided with residential care as respite care is “high level residential respite care”.
Note: see section 7 and section 11(2) of the Classification Principles 2014 and paragraph 7(6)(b) of the Quality of Care Principles 2014.
 
3.       Item 59. Schedule 1
 
substitute:
 
Item 59.      Schedule 1
 
substitute:
 
 
SCHEDULE 1 DATES FOR INCORPORATED DOCUMENTS
 
 
The date for :
 
1.       Notes for Local Medical Officers (paragraph 1.4.1);
 
2.      Department of Veterans’ Affairs Fee Schedules for Medical Services (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
3.      Notes for Allied Health Providers (paragraphs 3.5.1 and 7.1A.1);
 
4.       Optometrist Fees for Consultation (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
5.       DVA Schedule of Fees Orthoptists (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
6.       Pricing Schedule for Visual Aids (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
         
7.      Fee Schedule of Dental Services for Dentists and Dental Specialists (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
8.      Fee Schedule of Dental Services for Dental Prosthetists (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
          9.       Chiropractors Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
10.    Diabetes Educators Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
11.     Dietitians Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
12.    Exercise Physiologists Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
13.    Occupational Therapists Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
14.     Osteopaths Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
15.     Physiotherapists Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
16.     Psychologists Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
17.     Podiatrists Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
18.     Social Workers Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
19.    Clinical Counsellors Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
20.    Speech Pathologists Schedule of Fees (paragraph 3.5.1);
 
21.    Australian Government Department of Veterans’ Affairs Classification System and Schedule of Item Numbers and Fees — Community Nursing Services;
 
22.    Rehabilitation Appliances Program (RAP) National Guidelines (paragraph 11.2A.1);
 
23.    RAP National Schedule of Equipment (paragraph 11.2A.1);
 
24.    White Card (paragraph 1.4.1);
 
is 1 July 2014.