Behaviour Support Plans with What Ability

Our goal is to make NDIS Behaviour supports easy for you to access. We are growing our team of experienced Behaviour Support Practitioners who have experience, who listen and who want to support your goals. If you are looking to build your person centred Behaviour Support Plan, please submit an enquiry via the form below, or get in touch via [email protected] or 1300 358 714 to speak with our team.

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Our current timeframe for onboarding is 14 business days.

A Positive Behaviour Support Plan aims to develop skills to reduce behaviours of concern for an individual, whilst reducing the use of Restrictive Practices. Plans provide a comprehensive document that identifies individuals strengths, skills and challenges. Plans identify adjustments that can be made to increase an individual’s quality of life and foster independence.

This depends on the individual and their circumstances. This will be discussed during the onboarding meeting.

We will likely collaborate with all stakeholders (e.g. Family, Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Psychologist, School, Physiotherapists, Dietitian, Nutritionist and MANY MORE) that provide support to an individual. This ensures we are creating a holistic comprehensive plan that takes all aspects of life into consideration. 

Check your NDIS plan to see if you have funding for Behaviour Support Intervention.

ABSOLUTELY! Once a plan is developed, support workers will be invited to attend training workshops where they will gain knowledge and skills to maintain consistent implementation of the plan.

Jo O’Brien

Henry’s mum

You’ve set a wonderful standard and we are delighted to be a part of your community. The pure joy on Henry’s face knowing it’s a What Ability day is priceless. Your team are extraordinary and I love the communication. THANK YOU.

Michelle Young

Paige’s mum

We have been with What Ability since it first started and seen it grow to a whole team! They have taught my daughter life skills, helped her develop friendships and helped her to engage in activities with peers.

Rosie Spicer

Ben’s mum

Ben had a great first day at What Ability. They played cricket, basketball, and went to the beach. He loved Ed and is excited about Sunday.

Jo
O’Brien

Henry’s mum

You’ve set a wonderful standard and we are delighted to be a part of your community. The pure joy on Henry’s face knowing it’s a What Ability day is priceless. Your team are extraordinary and I love the communication. THANK YOU.

Michelle Young

Paige’s mum

We have been with What Ability since it first started and seen it grow to a whole team! They have taught my daughter life skills, helped her develop friendships and helped her to engage in activities with peers.

Rosie Spicer

Ben’s mum

Ben had a great first day at What Ability. They played cricket, basketball, and went to the beach. He loved Ed and is excited about Sunday.