Behaviour Support

Behaviour support is a program that provides education and training to people with disabilities and their families, as well as carers, to help improve their quality of life. Individuals can use it at any stage of their lifetime, and it can help them develop positive behaviours that will benefit them for years to come!

The service provides:

  • A team of qualified mental health professionals, including psychologists and social workers
  • Behavioural intervention plans tailored to each individual’s needs
  • Direct access to services and supports, including accommodation, crisis management, medication management, and family support


This program is designed to help you learn how to manage your behaviour or the behaviour of another person with a disability. You’ll learn strategies for dealing with difficult situations and strategies for creating positive outcomes. This is an ideal way to get started if you’re new to working with someone with a disability or have been doing so but want some tips on ensuring you’re doing everything right.