Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 12 Hansard (1 November) . . Page.. 4727 ..
2. Roll-out of RED Framework activities.
3. Manager's Orientation revised to especially reference ACT Health Values and the RED framework.
4. Development and delivery of the People Manager Program.
5. Continuation of the Leadership Network.
6. Organisational Development focussed attention on teams/units in particular need based on their survey results.
7. Leadership Development - A comprehensive Leadership Program was procured (Advisory Board Company).
1. Development of Divisional Workplace Culture Action Plans.
2. Development and delivery of Leadership and Management Programs, including:o
Emerging Manager Programo
Continuation of CHHS Leadership Program and commencement of the Corporate and Strategy Leadership Programo
Critical Care Frontline Leadership Programo
Dynamics of Change Program - Program for managers leading teams through change.
3. Revision of Change Management Guide.
4. Procurement of external consultants (Bendelta) to work with two units in Blame and Culture (Anatomical Pathology and the Anaesthetics Department).
Disability services—government support (Question No 1751)
Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Disability, upon notice, on 21 September 2018:
What measures are in the 2018-19 ACT Budget to support people with disabilities to access suitable and affordable housing and transport, service provider facilities, community-based amenities and green spaces.
Ms Stephen-Smith: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) In 2017-18 Housing ACT spent approximately $1.69 million on disability modifications to 393 homes. Housing ACT employs three occupational therapists to provide an in-home occupational therapy assessment service to tenants. The service provides professional advice on the disability modifications required to assist tenants with disability to live more independently in their public housing homes and elderly tenants age in place. Over 270 referrals were assessed during 2017-18 ranging from lever taps and handrails to wheel chair ramps and major bathroom modifications, involving over 400 home visits.
Housing ACT has allocated $1.7 million for the 2018-19 financial year and as of 1 September 2018 had made modifications to 31 properties. Up to the same period,