Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is a therapy based service, funded through the NDIS, which aims to increase the wellbeing and quality of life of people with disabilities who experience Behaviours of Concern (BOC).
At Elcies Disability Care our NDIS registered practitioners* work closely with the individual with disability, their caregivers and support team (teachers, allied health professionals, support workers etc.) to provide collaborative and best practices strategies to address BOC.
Positive Behaviour Support can assist with:
We aim to minimise the impact of Behaviour/s of Concern on home, education and community settings.
Educating a client’s support team on Positive Behaviour Support best practice approaches and interventions to ensure positive outcomes and consistency for the person.
Empowering clients, caregivers and support teams to manage Behaviour/s of Concern as they arise and improve quality of life for individuals.
At Elcies Disability Care we believe in a person first, best practice approach, working within the NDIS Practice Standards and the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework to deliver an essential service with meaningful results for our clients of all ages with disabilities and Behaviours of Concern.
Our team of highly skilled practitioners have a diverse range of areas of expertise including developmental education, social work, counselling, teaching and psychology and regularly collaborate to provide the best possible support for Elcies Disability Care clients, their caregivers and support teams.
Our practitioners work across the greater metropolitan Adelaide and Barossa Valley regions, supporting clients in a variety of environments including school, home, work and in the community.
Positive Behaviour Support is funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). As per the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits guide, PBS utilises the following NDIS funding lines:
Capacity Building – Improved Relationships
Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living
Travel costs may apply.
For more information or to register interest in accessing the Positive Behaviour Support service please complete the enquiry form below.
For more information about Elcies Disability Care:
*Elcies Disability Care is the disability services arm of Lutheran Community Care, a registered NDIS Provider (including Specialist Behaviour Support).