Behaviour support helps people with complex behaviours gain control and independence through skills and positive behaviour strategies that are responsive to their needs and goals.
Complex behaviours can cause concern for family, friends or support workers. These behaviours may cause physical or emotional harm or limit a person’s ability to engage fully with the community.
Together with families and support providers, we support children and adults with disability to reduce behaviours, improve wellbeing and quality of life.
Relationships with family, friends and support workers can often be put at risk when managing complex behaviours.
These relationships can improve with specialist behaviour intervention support and behaviour management plans.
Plans include training in behaviour management strategies and positive behaviour support plans – with or without the use of regulated restrictive practices.
With behaviour support, participants will develop skills to help them live the life they want through:
Our Specialist Behaviour Support team has extensive experience and training in contemporary behaviour support practices. We are here to support people of all ages with achieving what they want in life.
You can access specialist behaviour support in these areas.