People with disabilities require support and services to overcome bodily and behavioural challenges. They often struggle with complex and impulsive behaviours including self-harm, withdrawing from others, not cooperating with treatments and various other actions of concern. But it is crucial to remember that it is not the individual that is challenging but it is their response that is challenging. These responses often stem from a difficult health condition or a tough environment. The NDIS Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) NDIS Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is an evidence-based practice that focuses on helping people with disabilities to manage such behaviour by identifying the triggers and teaching positive coping mechanisms.
Behaviours of concern and their root causes differ from person to person. These challenging behaviours are not to be equated with mental illness but rather it could be that person’s response to their mental health condition. Also, there could be multiple reasons for a person’s difficult behaviour including bodily problems, their inability to communicate their needs or it could even be their response to something traumatic that happened in their life.
Hence, Specialist Behaviour Support (PBS) Specialist Behaviour Support is about creating highly individualised strategies for the participants and addressing the underlying causes of the behaviours of concern instead of trying to resolve them through temporary solutions like restrictive practices. An authorised specialist behaviour support provider can help you design and implement a behaviour support plan that suits your needs. Adopting Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) will help people with disabilities to improve their relationships with their carers, loved ones and thereby lead a happier and more productive life.
Classy Life is a registered NDIS service provider registered NDIS service provider who can help you implement your approved behaviour support plan with the help of competent and qualified staff and experts. Our services are available all over the cities of New South Wales. Contact us today to know more about Specialist Behaviour Support and how it can be implemented in your life.