Some adults, children or teenagers living with disability exhibit behaviours that concern their family and friends. These challenging behaviours are often unpredictable and complex, and they may cause harm to themselves or others. They also limit the person’s ability to engage with those around them, and impact their safety, development and relationships.
Challenging behaviours can often be misunderstood by people, causing loved ones to feel stressed and anxious. It’s important to nurture a safe environment where the person can be supported with positive and proactive strategies. This can help reduce risk, improve overall wellbeing, and reduce the severity of difficult situations (or even prevent them from occurring).
NDIS Behaviour Support with Home Caring
While it’s important for everyone to be safe, people with challenging behaviour have the right to personal expression, freedom of choice and independent living. This is where NDIS Behaviour Support can help.
Behaviour Support enables people with disability achieve positive behaviour change, so they can improve their independence and quality of life. It also equips family members and support workers with the right tools, empowering them to support people with challenging behaviour in the best possible way, without overly relying on restrictive practices.
As a registered provider of NDIS services, Home Caring provides Behaviour Support for people of all ages, from children to teenagers and adults.
We work with loved ones, family members and other providers to provide support and find positive solutions for challenging behaviour. With many years of experience in disability care, we’ll help you implement a behaviour support plan to achieve the best outcomes for everyone.