Clinical Services Unit
The Samaritans ‘Clinical Services Unit’ (the CSU) is a resource for you. The team provides advice and tailored support to individuals, families, professionals and other partnering agencies.
Services offered by the CSU
Behaviour support is an evidence based approach used to support people with disabilities who have challenges regulating their thinking, feeling and behaviour.
Samaritans Behaviour Support Team has extensive experience and training in behaviour support practices. Samaritans offers a range of professional development opportunities to people working in the non-government sector; from support staff to senior management
Restrictive Practices Support for organisations
- Assistance for agencies to establish their own Restrictive Practices Panel, and related organisational systems and processes (fee for service).
- Training in relation to Regulated Restrictive Practices and use of the new FaCS Restrictive Practices Portal (fee for service).
- Two FACS accredited Independent Panel Members (who can be booked free of charge through the NSW FaCS Restrictive Practices Portal) to sit on Panels.
Get in touch
Families/agencies wishing to engage with the CSU and see how we can support you, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you would like to make a referral to the CSU for support, please click here and complete our referral form. If you are making a referral for someone who does not currently receive support from Samarians services, please select ‘external referral’ from the service drop down list in the form.