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behaviour support


Registered provider of Improved Relationships for NDIS participants aged 7 to 65 years

Positive Behaviour Support is an evidence-based approach to increase the person’s quality of life and to decrease the frequency and intensity of behaviours.  Difficult behaviours are messages that can tell us important things about a person and the quality of their life. People who sometimes engage in behaviours of concern are actually telling us something is wrong or missing, and they need help to make it better.


Behaviour Support aims to:

  1. Understand the function of behaviour by using interviews with the person and people well known to them, assessment, data analysis and observations. 
  2. Develop a Behaviour Support Plan that recommends replacement behaviour for the person and recommendations for environmental support. 
  3. Training for the person in skill replacement; and training for support persons to implement environmental support strategies.  
  4. Develop a Behaviour Support Summary report for your NDIS review.


Restrictive Practices: A restrictive practice is defined in the National Framework as any practice or intervention that has the effect of restricting the human rights or freedom of movement for a person with a disability.  Behaviour Support Practitioners may encounter existing restrictive practices being used with a person or may be required to recommend a time-limited restrictive practice (with fade out strategies) as an option of last resort in an interim or comprehensive behaviour support plan submitted to the NDIS Commission.  


New England Behaviour Support will inform you if we have capacity to complete the necessary works related to restrictive practices


Fees for Behaviour Support are in accordance with the NDIS Price Guide.

therapy


Registered provider of Improved Daily Living for NDIS participants aged 7 to 65 years

Therapy is process of understanding what drives your emotions and working with you to explore those emotions.  We will support you to develop skill replacement in therapeutic ways and strategies to improve wellbeing, family personal and social relationships and psychosocial outcomes.  


Therapy aims to :

  1. Undertake a psychosocial assessment 
  2. Therapy with the person which may include social skill development, emotional regulation, emotional intelligence. 
  3. Develop a Therapeutic Summary report for your NDIS review
  4. Group skill development including We Thinkers 1 & 2 and Zones of Regulation


Fees for Therapy are in accordance with the NDIS Price Guide.

early childhood behaviour support


Improved Daily Living for NDIS participants aged 0 to 7 years (Plan and Self Managed ONLY)

When we provide early childhood behaviour support, we will be part of your early childhood intervention team as part of a *Primary Service Provider/Key Worker model. 


Early childhood behaviour support aims to:

  1. Understand the function of behaviour by using interviews with the person and people well known to them, assessment, data analysis and observations.
  2. Develop a Behaviour Support Plan that recommends replacement behaviour for the person and recommendations for environmental support.
  3. Training for the person in skill replacement; and training for the key worker to implement environmental support strategies.
  4. Meet regularly with the team to discuss ongoing supports.
  5. Develop a Behaviour Support Summary report for your NDIS review. 


*Primary service provider / key worker model: This involves primary service provider/key worker and a team members consisting of professionals from different disciplines that meets regularly.  With support from the other team members, the primary service provider works in partnership with parents and other caregivers to support and strengthen their capacity to provide children with opportunities and experiences that will promote the child's learning, development and participation in everyday activities.  

The primary service provider also acts as the principal resource and single point of contact for a family, providing them with support, resources and information tailored to meet their individual needs, and helping them access and coordinate the services they need.


Team members may be involved in a number of ways, including joint visits for consultation or assessment purposes, oversight of their specialty area in regard to the particular child, and for coaching the primary care provider in strategies that are relevant to the child and family.



Fees for Therapy are in accordance with the NDIS Price Guide.

groups


Held at NEBS Clinic 

The following groups are being offered in 2021:

  • Camp Zones (based off Zones of Regulation) 
  • We Thinkers 1 Preschool for 4 + at preschool during Term 2, 2021 on Wednesdays from 9:30am to 11:00 commencing week 2
  • We Thinkers 1 Kindy for 7 years and younger at school during Term 2, 2021 on Thursdays 2:00pm to 3:30pm commencing week 2
  • We Thinkers 2 Preschool for 4 + at preschool during Term 3, 2021 on Wednesdays from 9:30am to 11:00 commencing week 2 
  • We Thinkers 2 Kindy for 7 years and younger at school during Term 3, 2021 on Thursdays 2:00pm to 3:30pm commencing week 2

See our Group page for more information and to make a referral.  


Fees for Group are in accordance with the NDIS Price Guide.

workshops 


Workshops for schools and organisations 

currently unavailabe  

Early Childhood Behaviour Workshop for children with Disabilities 


2 hour workshop for Early Childhood Educators exploring Behaviour in early childhood, identifying the function of behaviour and strategies to implement

775.96 + GST

Behaviour Workshop for people with Disabilities


2 hour workshop for organisations exploring Behaviour in children, teens or adults identifying the function of behaviour and strategies to implement

775.96 + GST

Complex Trauma Workshop for people with Disabilities 


2 hour workshop for organisations exploring complex trauma and behaviour support

775.96 + GST

Autism Behaviour Support Workshop


2 hour workshop for organisations who need strategies to support someone with Autism who uses behaviours

1,163.94 + GST​

Classroom Consultation 


Classroom assessment including 1.5 hour observation in classroom, 1 hour training with teacher, resource recommendations and summary report

1,163.94 + GST​

Travel


Travel calculated from Tamworth NSW

193.99/hour + GST

behaviour support supervision

currently unavailabe  

Behaviour Supervision for Behaviour Practitioners, delivered by Senior Behaviour Practitioner and Social Worker, Chantelle Sims of New England Behaviour Support with up to 15 years experience in providing positive behaviour support to people with a disability. 


Supervision is used to develop a behaviour support practitioner’s knowledge, skills, confidence, competence and professionalism.


The NDIS Commission recognises supervision as a fundamental mechanism for strengthening practice and building capability of the behaviour support workforce. Under the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework, it is expected that behaviour support practitioners at all levels receive supervision.


In the event that a behaviour support practitioner does not clearly meet the qualifications and/or training requirements, at least two years experience in delivering behaviour support to persons with disability under supervision from a supervisor who has at least five years experience in behaviour support to persons with a disability is required in addition to demonstrating that the NDIS Practice Standards can be met through experience.


Regardless of qualifications, training and experience, all behaviour support practitioners are to demonstrate, ongoing professional development in behaviour support.

Behaviour Support Supervision


1 hour behaviour support supervision either in person, phone or video conference either fortnightly or monthly as requested by Behaviour Practitioner 

193.99/hour + GST

get in touch

Address​​

Unit 6, 56 Dowe Street

Tamworth NSW 2340

Contact

02 6766 2892
[email protected]

Hours

Monday to Thursday

9:00am to 4:00pm

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