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Who can access behavioural therapy under the NDIS?

Behaviour therapy is available for individuals funded for the following support categories:

Capacity Building

  • Improved relationships
  • Improved daily living

I have a complex case, can you assist?

Yes, we can! We are registered for specialist behaviour support and have extensive experience working with complex cohorts.

Who is behaviour therapy for?

Behaviour therapy is for NDIS participants who engage in behaviours of concern that are challenging or difficult to manage.

How effective are our methods?

Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is an evidence-based approach to helping people living with a disability to both reduce behaviours of concern and increase their quality of life. This approach has proven incredibly effective in helping people with a disability to live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives, and is adopted by NDIS support providers across Australia.

PBS involves actively listening to the individual, identifying their unique strengths and abilities, and using those strengths to help them achieve their personal goals. By emphasizing positive outcomes, PBS promotes an effective approach to supporting individuals.

How can we get started?

To sign up for our services is easy. Just send us an email, call us, or complete our referral form so we can discuss your individual goals and needs.

Do you consult with other healthcare professionals?

As Positive Behaviour Support considers the person as a whole and looks at their personal history, emotional needs, and physical health. We strongly believe in a multidisciplinary approach and actively engage with other health care professionals to ensure the best outcome for the person.

How does the NDIS clinical supervision work?

The supervisee meets with their clinical supervisor as often as they like. This could be weekly, fortnightly, or monthly depending on the supervisee’s needs. Supervision is managed through a supervision agreement where the relationships, roles and expectations are discussed. During the initial sessions, we design a personal development plan in which supervision goals are clearly defined.

Supervision can extend to reviewing documents, templates, and systems. The supervisor is committed to providing an atmosphere of trust, collegiality, and encouragement for the practitioner’s professional growth.
The supervisor will provide honest feedback that will indicate growth areas for the practitioner and ensure adequate time is provided to make appropriate improvements.

My client is not a NDIS participant, can you help?

Yes, we are happy to assist non-NDIS funded individuals. Please note that the same fee structure applies as to NDIS funded participants.

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