AD healthcare offers NDIS Psychologist Behavioral Intervention Support for individuals of all ages, including children, young adults, adult participants funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Our approach involves close collaboration with the participant and their support network to comprehensively assess the client’s strengths, requirements, and NDIS objectives. We then tailor unique and innovative strategies aimed at mitigating incidents and the effects of challenging behaviours in diverse environments such as home, school, workplace, social gatherings, and recreational settings.
The primary goal of behaviour support is to enhance an individual’s quality of life by gaining insight into the underlying causes of their challenging behaviours, whether they are detrimental to themselves or those in their vicinity. Every action has a purpose, and these problematic behaviour serve as a means of expressing what is occurring within and around them. The practitioners in Behaviour and Allied Health Services (BAHS) predominantly employ evidence-based approaches aimed at elevating the individual’s quality of life and diminishing undesirable behaviour. This is achieved through the instruction of new skills and the modification of the person’s environment. The support framework incorporates:
NDIS Psychologist Behavioral Intervention Support is a collective effort involving the individual, their caregivers, and other significant individuals in their life, such as doctors, employers, educators, therapists, and Support Coordinators. Our team of practitioners, well-versed in behavioural support assessment and intervention, utilizes evidence-based or informed methods that are developed through collaboration. They can collaborate with you to grasp the situation, enhance the skills and strengths of your support network, and create a tailored plan that takes into account the individual’s unique circumstances. Our practitioners are equipped to assist people at every stage of life, from early childhood to the elderly years.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia provides support and services to individuals with disabilities. Psychologists and behavioural intervention support can be a crucial part of the NDIS services for individuals who have mental health or behavioural challenges related to their disability. Here’s an overview of NDIS Psychologist Behavioral Intervention Support:
Under the NDIS, Interaction’s team of practitioners can provide support services under the support cluster ‘Improved Relationships’. There are two support items participants can ask for:
Our dedicated team of BAHS professionals collaborates with you to enhance your physical and emotional well-being.
All our psychologists are certified by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and hail from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Their extensive expertise lies in providing comprehensive support to individuals with disabilities and their families.
Our BAHS practitioners specialize in working with individuals of all disability types, including Prader-Willi Syndrome, and their broader support network. We focus on elevating the quality of daily life, acknowledging that each person’s behaviour al challenges are unique and require tailored intervention and therapy plans. Our successful implementation of positive behaviour support for common issues like challenging behaviours or behaviour s of concern, along with the promotion of positive psychological well-being, has empowered our participants to successfully attain their goals.
Specialist NDIS Psychologist Behavioral Intervention Support available in sydney, blue mountains, central coast, newcastle and hunter regions.
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