Parliamentary Questions filed by Ms Carrie Tan on 10, 11 and 12 January
Ms Carrie Tan: To ask the Minister for National Development (a) whether the Ministry factors in proximity of public rental housing locations to MRT stations in its planning for rental housing development; and (b) what are the considerations that currently go into the planning and decisions for the locations of public rental flats.
Ms Carrie Tan: To ask the Minister for Education whether SkillsFuture credits can be made transferable from parent to child if the parent is already retired.
Ms Carrie Tan: To ask the Minister for Social and Family Development what is the current strategy or practice in the social work and social services sector on the provision of therapy or support for families that have gone through family violence to aid in their psychological and emotional recovery from the trauma.
Ms Carrie Tan: To ask the Minister for Social and Family Development (a) what is the current capability and capacity of the social services system in providing support to survivors of sexual violence in their mental, psychological and emotional recovery; and (b) whether the Ministry is currently working or plans to work with educational institutions to ensure a trauma-informed and survivor-centric approach to post-violence care and support for youths.
Ms Carrie Tan: To ask the Prime Minister (a) whether MAS monitors the annual number of complaints brought by citizens through the relevant channels regarding unsuccessful claims for medical insurance; (b) if so, what percentage of these complaints arise from claims rejected by insurers citing non-declaration of relevant health information; and (c) whether there are data or studies that show the typical number of such incidents reported and what is the probable number of unreported cases.