Our practice framework of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is deeply inspired by the Australian Governments definition of positive behaviour support as described in the National Framework of the Reduction and Elimination of Restrictive Practices (2014) ‘‘the integration of the contemporary ideology of disability service provision with the clinical framework of applied behaviour analysis. Positive behaviour support is supported by evidence encompassing strategies and methods that aim to increase the person’s quality of life and reduce challenging behaviour.” We work closely with families, caregivers, other stakeholders, and the person requiring the behaviour support collaboratively to ensure better outcomes and build support network for lasting relationships.
We offer specialist positive behaviour intervention support services consistent with NDIA and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) requirements. We follow a systematic and rigorous process of conducting functional behaviour assessments (FBA), developing, implementing, and evaluating behaviour support plans (BSP). Our approach is focused on improving the quality of life of our clients while eliminating or decreasing the interfering behaviours and need to use restrictive interventions. We empower our clients, carers and support staffs with critical functional skills that lead to lasting positive behavioural changes and improved quality of life.
We are committed to serving individuals of all abilities and diagnoses requiring behaviour support interventions and plans in Victoria, ACT and Queensland.