NDIS positive behaviour support

Help your child stand strong

Thinking about your child’s future can stir up a lot of feelings. You wonder if they’ll manage life when they’re out on their own, but deep down, it’s more than that. You hope they can talk about their feelings, handle the hard moments, stand strong, and thrive through life’s challenges instead of just coping. Give your child the tools to understand their emotions and tackle life head-on. By learning to talk about their feelings and manage situations effectively, they can grow to be strong and confident, no matter what comes their way.

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Every kid is their own kind of special, and what helps one might not be right for another. That’s why having a plan that can change is so important. Understand your child’s unique needs and be ready to adjust as they grow with NDIS positive behaviour support. Having support that moves and grows with them makes sure they’ll always get the right kind of help.

Positive Behaviour Support falls under a part of NDIS called ‘Improved Relationships’. This is where you get help for those really tricky behaviours that need extra attention. It’s all about figuring out the best ways to help, especially when things are complicated or if someone needs a lot of support to make things better.

There are two main types of help you can get here:

If you or someone you know keeps running into tough behaviours that need extra help, the NDIS might cover both of these to make sure there’s ongoing support. This makes sure everyone involved has the tools and support they need to work through the challenging stuff.

Learn to understand unpredictable behaviour

Every day feels like a new adventure when you’re not sure what mood your child will be in or how they’ll react. It’s like walking on eggshells. And let’s be honest, it can get pretty scary thinking about the what-ifs, especially if their behaviour takes a turn for the risky. You’re not just managing day-to-day tasks; you’re trying to keep everyone safe and sound. Make sense of your child’s behaviour. Identify triggers and find safer ways for them to express themselves with positive behaviour support. Bring a bit of calm to the chaos, giving you peace of mind and making sure that safety is always front and centre.

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“Awesome NDIS provider. Very professional, honest, friendly, and compassionate support workers. They always go above and beyond the needs. Office keeps in touch and gets feedback and makes sure my needs are always met."

Help your kid find like-hearted friends

Every parent dreams of their child being part of a group where they’re accepted and understood. Not just for what’s on the surface but for the amazing individual they are. It’s tough when it feels like behaviour stands in the way of those meaningful friendships. 

Positive behaviour support lets your child express their true self, helping others to see the real, wonderful person they are. Show the world your child’s unique qualities, making it easier for friendships to bloom. Through this support, your child can find their tribe, where they’re valued and loved for being exactly who they are.

Lead them through emotions with positive guidance

Feeling stuck on how to help your child understand their feelings? Positive behaviour support offers new ways.

Let's talk about your child's happy future

All that parents wish for is to see their child all grown up and happy – and every little step towards this big dream counts a lot. Positive support behaviour teaches them how to manage life’s little bumps with ease and happiness. By letting us know a little about you and your child, you’re taking a giant leap towards making it all happen. Make your wish come true.

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Things to ask your NDIS provider about Positive behaviour support

What if I've tried lots of stuff and it didn't work? Why should I try NDIS positive behaviour support?

I get it, trying new things can be tough, especially if nothing seems to work before. But here’s the deal with NDIS positive behaviour support – it’s all about what your child needs. It’s not just any old plan. It’s made just for them, looking at what they like, what they struggle with, and how to help them best. And the cool part? It changes as they do. So, as your child grows or their needs shift, the plan does too. It’s like having a buddy by your side, figuring it out together.

Money worries are the worst, right? But the good news is, NDIS positive behaviour support is pretty wallet-friendly because it’s part of the NDIS plan your child might already have. This plan is there to make sure your child gets the help they need without breaking the bank. Talk about what your child needs at your NDIS meeting, and they’ll help work out the money part. And there are people who can help guide you through it all, so you’re not figuring it out alone.

Totally hear you on this. With NDIS positive behaviour support, your child is definitely not just another number. It’s all about getting to know them – like, really know them – their likes, dislikes, and how they tick. The plan they get is as unique as they are. You’re part of the team too, making sure the plan fits your child just right. It’s all about respect, understanding, and working together.

It’s normal to worry about shaking things up at home. But think of NDIS positive behaviour support like a helping hand, aiming to make things smoother and happier for everyone. Sure, it might take a bit to get used to new ways of doing things, but it’s all about making your family life better in the long run. The folks who come in to help are trained to fit into your life without causing a fuss, making the whole process as easy as possible for you.

Letting new people into your life, especially your child’s life, is a big step. But building trust with the NDIS positive behaviour support team starts with chatting – getting to know them and letting them get to know you and your child. Ask them anything you want, check out their experience, and see how they vibe with your kid. It’s about finding someone you feel good about, someone who really cares. As you see positive changes, it’ll start to feel more right.

Worried about how your child will take to new ideas? That’s normal. The cool thing about NDIS positive behaviour support is it’s all about tailoring things specifically for your child. If something isn’t clicking, it’s okay – they’ll tweak it until it feels right. It’s all about teamwork, patience, and celebrating the small wins along the way. Change can be slow, but it’s all about finding what works best for your child.

Figuring out if your child can get NDIS support starts with looking at a few things like their age, where they live, and what support they need because of their disability. If their behaviour is making daily stuff hard for them, this support might just be what they need. You’ll talk it all through in your NDIS plan meeting. Bring examples of how your child’s behaviour affects their day-to-day life. If you’re not sure how to start, there are folks who can help guide you through.

Yep, NDIS positive behaviour support can totally help at school as well. It’s all about making sure your child gets consistent support, no matter where they are. Working together with the school means your child has strategies that work both in class and at home. It might involve training for teachers or even tweaking the classroom setup a bit, all so your child can do their best.

Starting with NDIS positive behaviour support is a few steps. First, make sure your child has an NDIS plan. If behaviour support isn’t in their plan yet, you might need to chat about adding it. Then, find a provider who knows all about this kind of support and set up a time to talk about what your child needs. It’s your chance to ask questions and share about your child’s needs. From there, they’ll help come up with a plan just for your child.

If the plan needs changing, that’s okay. NDIS positive behaviour support is all about adapting. It’s important that the strategies grow with your child, changing as they do. Regular catch-ups and chats with your team mean you can adjust things as you go. Finding what works best for your child, for the long haul, is the goal.