“The Minister for Health has requested the Northern Territory office of disability conduct a risk assessment and develop a treatment plan for Ms Fulton’s return to Alice Springs should it occur. “The Health minister has requested they develop a model of care for Ms Fulton which would have her living back in appropriate supported accommodation in Alice Springs, engaging with her local community and relatives, receiving the care and support she requires and otherwise participating in a normal life to the best of her ability. Once the assessment and treatment plans have been completed, the Health minister will personally be writing to the Western Australian Mentally Impaired Accused Review Board and Ms Fulton’s other guardian, Mr McKinlay, providing the option to Ms Fulton to return to Alice Springs for their consideration and input. The Northern Territory government remains steadfast in our commitment to due process, good governance and supporting all Territorians regardless of their ability.