On your Statutory Declaration, please state why you are a Primary Carer and explain how you provide primary care (in accordance with the definition listed adjacent). If the primary care is for children, please provide their full names and date of birth. If the primary care is for a person with a disability or a long-term health condition, please also provide a medical certificate from their GP outlining their condition and why they require primary care.
For staff seeking parking access to the QEII Medical Centre (QEIIMC) based on a medical condition or disability.
To be submitted as a variation to an existing staff parking permit or when submitting a new staff parking permit application.
Please submit completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Staff member who –
- In respect of a child or children under 16 years of age, has the greatest responsibility (usually the person who provides the greatest amount of care) for the child/children’s:
- day-to-day care
- welfare, and
- In respect of a person with a disability or a long-term health condition who is not living in a respite or other care facility, who provides (and is likely to continue to provide for a further six months) the majority of assistance to the person with one or more of the following core activities:
- day-to-day care
- Guidance Notes
- Only one person can be a Primary Carer at a point in time.
- If two or more individuals (e.g. parents) provide equal care to a child or person, then either individual can nominate as the Primary Carer, but only one person can be Primary Carer.
- Day-to-day care includes feeding, dressing, bathing, handling medical appointments and other similar activities.
- Welfare includes housing, well-being, transport, medical attention and other similar activities.
- Mobility includes assistance with the relevant person’s day-to-day movements including transportation.
- Development includes the intellectual, psychological and emotional growth that occur in a child up to the conclusion of adolescence.
A Statutory Declaration is to be submitted as a variation to an existing staff parking permit or when submitting a new staff parking permit application. Status of parking access will remain until QEIIMC Parking has approved and a notification has been sent. If not approved, access will not be changed.