Southern Cross Support Services (SCSS) can help you learn new ways to manage your emotions so that you can effectively communicate with those around you.
Positive Behaviour Support is a person-centered framework for supporting an individual where there is presentation of, or a risk of, persistent challenging behaviour.
Effective Positive Behaviour Support exists to improve a person’s quality of life, providing opportunities for skill development and results in increased community inclusion through a reduction in occurrences and impact of behaviours of concern.
- Identify behaviours where there is risk of harm to self or others
- Consultation with the person, family, carers,and/or other relevant persons
- Review existing data, implement necessary behaviour recording tools
- Guidance on protective actions for the support environment
(30 - 80 Hours)
- Functional Behaviour Assessment
- Support an immediate review by a medical
professional, if required
Development of applications for approval and consent to satisfy Restrictive Practices regulations, if required
Development of an Interim Positive Behaviour Support Plan
(60 - 150 Hours)
- Functional Behaviour Assessment and analysis
- Coordination of multi-disciplinary stakeholders in collaborative planning
- Develop a comprehensive Positive Behaviour Support Plan
- Provide training to implement strategies, reviews and evaluation
- Critical Incident debriefing
Note: Hours may exceed suggested hours in any category where complex behaviours are identified.
SCSS Practitioners can provide the following:
Behaviour Support Practitioners work to understand your needs and develop tailored support and strategies to help you achieve your goals.
They will engage collaboratively with other multi/inter-disciplinary stakeholders, interested parties and service providers involved in your life to ensure that provision of services is comprehensive and delivery of behaviour support is holistic and integrates across all routines.
- Functional Behaviour Assessment - to understand when, where and why behaviour is occurring
- Behaviour Support Plans - Developed to meet the needs of the individual and provides guidance for routines, interactions, proactive and reactive strategies
- Training and Support - for families and staff to implement support plans
- Goal Setting - to determine desired outcomes
- Monitoring and Review - to ensure that support plans remain current and responsive to individual needs
- Reporting and Governance - Restrictive Practices application
How can you access behaviour support with SCSS?
Speak to your Support Coordinator or contact us directly about your NDIS Plan goals and categories of support.
Fees are per the NDIS Price Guide and will be assessed on an individual basis for hours to complete.