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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 7 Hansard (4 August) . .

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Footpath improvements P1 Namatijra Drive underpass (south side) Desire line from shared path to McDonald's car park, and difficult cross fall on ramp up to Namatjira Drive Upgrade and realign footpath to give direct access up to Namatjira Drive P2 Namatijra Drive underpass (north side) Steep grade section from road level joining shared path Upgrade and realign footpath to give direct access up to Namatjira Drive P3 Hilder Street opposite Lycett Street Desire line Construction of new 1.5 metre footpath P4 Footpaths within open space west of Cooleman Court Uneven and hazardous sections of footpath Cyclist/pedestrian conflict on shared path Isolated footpath improvements and additional signage P5 Shared path near Weston Uniting Church Missing link connecting path from car park to the shared path New 1.5 metre path connecting to existing shared path P8 Open space network footpaths Uneven and hazardous sections of footpath Isolated footpath improvements P9 Gruner Street Missing link in community path Isolated footpath improvements

Lighting improvements S2 Streeton Drive Underpass lighting No artificial lighting inside long underpass section Trial new lighting system in underpass

Bus stop improvements B1 McInnes Street No path connection to bus stop New connecting path to bus stop. B2 Various No or poor seating New or upgraded seating

Health—Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (Question No 763)

Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 7 June 2016:

(1) Further to correspondence of 11 February 2016, which states "the ACT does not have a dedicated adolescent in-patient unit and as with a number of jurisdictions across Australia the focus of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is to provide evidence based care in community settings", what is the model of inpatient care at the Women's and Children's Hospital in the ACT.

(2) How long can a youth be treated as an inpatient and how many youths can be treated in the CAMHS at any one time.

(3) What is the process for referring and receiving cross-jurisdictional care if deemed necessary by CAMHS psychiatrists and what provisions are there for family/carers to be reimbursed their costs of travel or accommodation.


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