A Behaviour Support Plan is developed by a Positive Behavioural Support Practitioner after conducting a comprehensive assessment or evaluation of the client to identify their challenges and needs. The plan is specifically designed to include positive behavioural support strategies for the participant, their family, and support persons, with the goal of eliminating or reducing behaviours of concern.
Key Components of a Behaviour Support Plan
1. Identification of the triggers and reasons behind the challenging or inappropriate behaviours.
2. Development of strategies to address these triggers and provide alternative means of coping.
3. A list of skills needed to manage triggers and overcome challenging behaviours.
4. Collaboration with family members, support staff, and other health professionals to gather relevant information and insights.
5. Regular progress reports and updates on the implementation of the plan.
Behaviour Support Plans aim to create a safe environment for the NDIS participant, reducing and eliminating restrictive practices. Our team develops participant-centred plans to ensure they receive the necessary support.