Behaviour Support Services

Discover NDIS Behaviour Support Services with tailored plans, expert psychologists, and a focus on individual well-being.

What are NDIS Behaviour Support Services?

NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Behaviour Support Services are a specialized set of interventions and strategies designed to assist individuals with disabilities who exhibit challenging or problematic behaviors.

These services are provided within the framework of the NDIS, which is an Australian government initiative aimed at improving the quality of life for people with disabilities.

What Does NDIS Behaviour Support Services Include?

NDIS Behaviour Support Services follow a comprehensive approach. They begin with a detailed assessment to understand and address the causes and functions of challenging behaviors. Individualized behaviour support plans are then created, focusing on strategies to manage these behaviors effectively. Emphasis is placed on fostering positive behaviors, often involving skill-building and creating a supportive environment. Families and caregivers receive training to implement these plans, which are regularly reviewed and adjusted to match the individual’s changing needs.

Eligibility for NDIS Behaviour Support Services

Eligibility for NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Behaviour Support Services in Australia is determined based on the following points

Benefits of NDIS Behaviour Support Services

Mentioned below are six key benefits of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Individualized Support Plans

The NDIS offers individualized support plans tailored to the specific needs and goals of each participant. These plans are developed through careful assessment and consultation with the individual, their family, and relevant professionals. This person-centered approach ensures that support and services are directly relevant to the participant, promoting a higher quality of life and improved outcomes.

Greater Access to Services

One of the primary benefits of the NDIS is increased access to a broader range of disability services and support. Participants can access services such as therapy, personal care, education and skill development, transportation, and more. The NDIS provides financial assistance to help individuals with disabilities access these essential services, which might have been limited or unavailable before the scheme’s introduction.

Improved Quality of Life

The NDIS aims to enhance the overall quality of life for people with disabilities. By providing funding and support for essential services and equipment, individuals can lead more independent, fulfilling lives. This can include access to assistive technology, home modifications, and personal care services that make daily living more manageable and enjoyable.

Community Inclusion and Social Participation

The NDIS encourages community inclusion and social participation. It supports activities and programs that promote social engagement and connection, helping individuals with disabilities become active members of their communities. This not only fosters a sense of belonging but also contributes to the development of social skills and overall well-being.

Early Intervention and Preventative Measures

The NDIS places a significant emphasis on early intervention and preventative measures. By addressing issues and providing support at an early stage, the scheme can help mitigate the development of more severe disabilities and reduce the long-term cost of care. Early intervention can also result in better outcomes and increased independence for individuals with disabilities.

Choice and Control

The NDIS empowers individuals and their families by providing them with greater choice and control over the services and supports they receive. Participants can choose their service providers, decide on the goals they want to achieve, and have a say in how their support plans are developed and implemented. This level of autonomy and decision-making is empowering and can improve the overall well-being of participants.

Why Choose Value Care?

Value Care is a disability support service provider that offers several compelling reasons to choose their services

Professional Expertise

Value Care has an in-house team of professional psychologists who can offer specialized Behaviour support and intervention services. Their expertise ensures that individuals with disabilities receive high-quality, evidence-based care.

Individualized Approach

They take a person-centered approach, tailoring their services to meet the unique needs and goals of each participant. This individualized approach ensures that the support provided is directly relevant and effective.

Comprehensive Services

 Value Care offers a wide range of services, including behaviour support, skills training, communication training, and support for families and caregivers. Their holistic approach addresses multiple aspects of a person’s life and well-being.

NDIS Support

Value Care is well-versed in the NDIS framework and can help participants navigate the system. They can assist in accessing NDIS funding and ensuring that the support plans align with NDIS goals and categories.

Training and Education

Value Care provides training and education not only to individuals with disabilities but also to families, caregivers, and support networks. This helps ensure that everyone involved can implement and support the recommended strategies effectively.

Private and NDIS Services

Value Care caters to both NDIS participants and private customers, offering flexibility in service delivery. Private customers, including individuals and organizations, can benefit from their expertise in disability support.

Our testimonials and success stories speak to the positive impact we have on the lives of children with disabilities and their families.

Contact us today to explore how we can support your child’s unique journey to success.

How Does NDIS Works

The National Disability Insurance Scheme operates through a structured process designed to ensure that individuals with disabilities receive the necessary support and services tailored to their specific needs. Here’s a step-by-step overview of how the NDIS works

Step 1

Access Request

Individuals with disabilities or their caregivers initiate the process by submitting an access request to the National Disability Insurance Agency.

Step 2

Eligibility Assessment

The NDIA assesses the eligibility of the individual based on criteria like age, residency, and the presence of a permanent disability that significantly impacts daily life.

Step 3

Planning Meeting

If eligible, the individual participates in a planning meeting with an NDIA representative to discuss their goals, needs, and preferences. Together, they develop an individualized NDIS plan.

Step 4

Funding Allocation

Based on the plan, the NDIA allocates funding to cover the cost of necessary supports and services.

Step 5

Service Providers

Individuals can choose their service providers who deliver the support and services outlined in the NDIS plan, working toward the individual’s goals.

Step 6

Plan Review

NDIS plans are reviewed annually to ensure they continue to meet the individual’s evolving needs and goals. Adjustments can be made as necessary.

Frequently Asked Questions

NDIS Behavioral Support services are specialized interventions and strategies aimed at assisting individuals with disabilities in managing challenging or problematic behaviors. These services are designed to improve an individual’s quality of life and social inclusion.

Eligibility typically requires NDIS participant status, a demonstrated need for support in managing challenging behaviour , and an assessment by a qualified professional.

Support plans are developed through a person-centered approach, involving assessments and consultation with the individual, their family, and relevant professionals. The plans are tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals.

These services can address a wide range of challenging behaviour , including aggression, self-injury, communication difficulties, and other behaviors that hinder an individual’s daily life and social interactions.

Yes, families and caregivers can receive training and education on how to implement the recommended strategies effectively, ensuring consistent support and management of behaviour .

Support plans are regularly reviewed and adjusted to ensure they remain effective and aligned with the individual’s changing needs and goals.

Yes, the NDIS places an emphasis on early intervention and preventative measures to address behaviour issues at an early stage, potentially reducing the development of more severe disabilities.

Yes, NDIS support categories that often cover these services include Improved Daily Living, Improved Relationships, and Support Coordination.

Professional psychologists are often involved in conducting assessments, developing behaviour support plans, and providing expertise in understanding and managing challenging behaviors.

To access these services, you should start by contacting the NDIS and going through the eligibility assessment process. Once approved, you can work with a registered NDIS provider, like Value Care, to develop and implement a behaviour support plan.