Positive Behaviour Support & Therapy Services

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Behaviour Support

Behaviour support is a person-centred approach that aims to uplift a person’s quality of life by developing an understanding of the function of a behaviour and implementing strategies to address the needs of an individual.

To understand behaviours of concern, the environmental, social, emotional, or cognitive factors and triggers in which these behaviours occur are identified.

Based on this understanding, a Behaviour Support Plan (BSP) is implemented to provide proactive and reactive strategies to ensure you can lead the life you want to live.

Our registered NDIS behaviour support clinicians work in collaboration with your support network, to ensure that everyone has a shared understanding of your needs and how to work towards your goals.

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Get one-on-one support with our Therapy Services

Our therapists provide a non-judgmental environment where you feel connected, supported, and understood. Working with you one-on-one and at your own pace, we will help you improve your emotional wellbeing and work towards your personal goals through holistic counselling. We will help you understand your feelings and equip you with the resources, tools, and techniques to help you manage different situations.

We also offer integrative healing modalities such as Art therapy to help you reach your wellbeing goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Behaviour support services can be accessed through Improved Relationships under Capacity Building Supports NDIS funding.

Our therapy services can be accessed through Improved Daily Living under Capacity Building Supports NDIS funding.

If you do not have Capacity Building funding in your NDIS plan, our Support Coordination team can help guide you through the funding application process.

Restrictive practices refer to any practice or intervention that removes or restricts another person’s rights, ability to make a decision, or freedom of movement. Behaviour support aims to reduce and eliminate the use of restrictive practices as the first response to behaviours of concern, as it can present serious human rights infringements.

There are some instances in which regulated restrictive practices are used. Regulated restrictive practices include seclusion, and environmental, physical, mechanical, and chemical restraint. Outlined by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Restrictive Practices and Behaviour Support) Rules 2018, they include:

  • Only in response to a risk of harm to the person with disability or others, as a last resort
  • Authorised by any state or territory legislation and/or policy requirements
  • In proportion to the risk of harm and used only for the shortest possible time.

Our Service Quality and Clinical teams have a strong understanding and extensive experience in documenting restrictive practices in adherence to the NDIS (Restrictive Practices and Behaviour Support) Rules 2018.

We provide therapy services to adults aged up to 65 years old with disability.

For behaviour support, we provide services to people aged between 7 to 65 years old with a disability.

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