Some people with disability and children and young people in care exhibit behaviours that concern their family, friends or support workers. This behaviour may cause physical or emotional harm or limit their ability to engage fully with the community.
Our Specialist Behaviour Support Service creates individualised strategies that are responsive to the person’s needs, in a way that reduces the occurrence and impact of behaviours of concern and improves wellbeing and quality of life.
Within NDIS plans our Specialist Behaviour Support Service provides:
- behaviour support interventions and recommendations
- the assessment and development of Behaviour Support Plans
- working with people to reduce harmful behaviour and eliminate the use of restrictive practices
- individual social skills development
- undertaking complex case management.
Improved Daily Living
- training, coaching and mentoring of staff, carers and parents
- providing training and advice in regard to restrictive practices
- individual counselling.
Our Specialist Behaviour Support Service clinicians have extensive experience and training in contemporary behaviour support practices and helping people with a range of disabilities, ageing and mental health conditions.
You can access our Specialist Behaviour Support Services by
Telephone: 1800 634 748
Make an enquiry using the form below.