Disability Behaviour Support
Behaviour support is an evidence based approach used to support people with disabilities who have challenges regulating their thinking, feeling and behaviour. Behaviour support involves working with the individual, their family and staff to identify behaviours of concern, or that cause harm to participant or others and to design and undertake specific positive behaviour support strategies.
What behaviour support does Samaritans offer?
Samaritans behaviour support seeks to improve the quality of life of the individual and to reduce the impact of the person’s behaviour.
This may include:
- Behaviour assessments
- Behaviour intervention services
- Behaviour support plans
- Communication profiles
- Incident prevention and response plan
- Assessment of Sexual Knowledge (ASK)
Each of these activities aim to improve the quality of life of the individual and reduce the impact of challenging behaviour. Support will be tailored to the individual and their specific goals.
All members of Samaritans Behaviour Support team have extensive experience and training in behaviour support practices.
Find out more
If you want to learn more about how we can support you, or someone you are caring for please get in touch today.
1300 656 336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone Number
- 1300 656 336 (Select option 1)
- Contact Email
- Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Hunter, Mid North Coast.