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Discharge plan

    (1)     If a detention order expires, is revoked or discharged, the senior clinician must prepare a discharge plan outlining follow-up treatment and support that is to be provided to the person.

    (2)     The senior clinician or the manager of the treatment centre must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the following are consulted in the preparation of the discharge plan and provided with a copy of the plan—

        (a)     the person being discharged from the treatment centre;

        (b)     the person's nominated person;

        (c)     if applicable, the person's guardian;

        (d)     with the consent of the person—

              (i)     any family member of the person;

              (ii)     any agencies or services which will be involved in providing services to the person as part of the discharge plan.

    (3)     The senior clinician or a member of the treating team must discuss the discharge plan with—

        (a)     the person; and

        (b)     the person's nominated person; and

        (c)     if applicable, the person's guardian.

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