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Positive Behaviour Support

Our Positive Behavior Support services empower individuals with disabilities to thrive through personalised strategies and compassionate guidance.

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Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Services Across Western Australia

Positive Behaviour Support (often known as PBS), is a compassionate approach to addressing challenging behaviours. PBS uses scientific principles to enhance individuals' quality of life by fostering positive changes.

 

Instead of merely managing difficulties, PBS strives to elevate and enrich the lives of those it supports.

We offer PBS services to NDIS Participants across Perth, Mandurah. Rockingham, Bunbury, Busselton, and other areas upon request via Telehealth. 

Positive Behaviour Support values, theories and processes

Positive Behaviour Support values aim to:

  • Enhance a person’s quality of life

  • Work in conjunction with family and other members of the person’s team (including allied health professionals and support workers) to support skill development

The theories behind PBS:

PBS aims to increase capacity so that the person does not need to use behaviour to tell us something is not right for them.  

All behaviour has a function.

 Our goal within PBS process is to understand the purpose of the challenging behaviour. 

PBS uses behaviour assessments and analysis to describe and determine the function of a behaviour. 

Taking into consideration the function of the behaviour, a PBS practitioner will suggest strategies that relate to environmental change, systems change and skill building.

Meet our Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners!

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Jon - Perth Metro

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

 

Jon's techniques promote autonomy, inclusion, and meaningful interactions for individuals with disabilities, ensuring their holistic well-being and fulfllment.

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Lisa - Perth Metro

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

 

Lisa has a knack for creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere, guiding little ones with patience and positivity, and helping them thrive in their unique ways.

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Anna - Perth Metro

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

Area of Interest: Neurodiversity and Mental Health.

Anna is a friendly person who prioritises building working relationships with the client and their supports. She has a wide range of creative interests and appreciates 'info dumping'. What she love about PBS is working with clients and seeing the little changes over time.

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Preeti - Upper South West

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

 

With a compassionate approach, Preeti personalises strategies to meet individual needs, empowering adults to navigate challenges and achieve their goals, regardless of distance or location.

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Rachel - Lower South West

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

Rachel is experienced in working with children, adolescents and adults with behavioural concerns and believes that collaboration with clients and their support networks is key for setting and achieving meaningful goals.

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Katie - Mandurah/Rockingham

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

 

Committed to enhancing the quality of life for her clients, Katie is dedicated to facilitating their journey towards personal growth and fulfillment, fostering resilience and meaningful connections along the way.

The Positive Behaviour Support Process

At Enable WA, our PBS Practitioners use direct and indirect assessment methods to guide our understanding of the function of challenging behaviour.

The process behind Positive Behaviour Support

  • We utilise a PBS Planning Framework to identify and recommend strategies for meeting the person’s (or your) needs in partnership with key people within the person’s/your life.
     

  • We can provide training on implementation of strategies recommended in the Plan for key people in the person’s/your life.
     

  • PBS is a proactive process that can take time to develop affective and sustainable outcomes.

Restrictive Practices

Restrictive Practices are defined by NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Commission as:

 

"any practice or intervention that has the effect of restricting the rights or freedom of movement of a person with disability."


Under the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Commission, registered providers who develop behaviour support plans or use restrictive practices (implementing providers), are required to comply with the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework, which is underpinned by the same high-level guiding principles (including recognition and respect of human rights), and a person-centred approach as the national framework.


As a PBS provider we can assist in identifying if any restrictive practice is in place, reducing the need of the restrictive practice by implementing the PBS process. We can then regulate the restrictive practices in accordance to the NDIS Commission.

Find Out More

Curious about our Positive Behaviour Supports?

Get in touch with our team via the button below and we'll talk you through your options. 

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