PBS clinicians aim to improve the quality of life of participants and their families by helping to prevent challenging or negative behaviour, through teaching new skills and making changes in their environment.
Who is PBS for?
PBS is for adults and children with disability, who have challenging behaviours. Our clinicians work with you and your support team to better understand the factors which can lead to challenging behaviours and then recommend and implement strategies within a Behaviour Support Plan.
We use this plan to train your support team and ensure a consistent delivery of support and services. The plans may cover:
- Preventative and proactive strategies to improve your quality of life
- Changes to your environment to reduce challenges
- Stress and anger management strategies and training
Ultimately, it’s our goal to give you a toolkit of strategies to improve your quality of life, making a positive impact on your relationships and independence.
We offer PBS via face-to-face or telehealth appointments in locations across Western NSW, the Murrumbidgee and North East Victoria.
Page last updated: 21 November 2023