Support Plans

Behaviour Support and Therapy develop Support Plans for all NDIS clients, which can be built on over the course of service delivery and the life of the NDIS plan. Our support plans are designed with the client, their family, carers, and support people in mind. Detailed Support Plans are developed in collaboration between the Support Coordinator and Behaviour Support therapist, the client, their family, carers and support people.

If a client chooses, a support plan can be built on to become an all-encompassing directory of intervention, resources and support available to the client.  The aim is to ensure that our clients, their family, carers and support people feel empowered by understanding all services, supports and resources available to them.

The support plan also aims to unify service providers (mainstream and NDIS) to work in collaboration towards the client’s strengths, needs and NDIS goals. This reduces confusion for all involved.

Support Plans can be a simple plan outlining the best way to utilise NDIS funding with contacts to service providers who will best the client’s your need. More complex Support Plans contain intervention strategies, escalation and resolution pathways and prevention methods for everyone involved in the care of the client to use.

Feeling educated, resourced and confident our clients and their support people, family etc feel more capable to tackle new experiences and extend their horizons often in ways they thought they never could. Behaviour Support and Therapy support plan also tackle difficulties and challenges connected with extending an individual and positively highlighting their capabilities and strengths withing a framework that supports learning and growing.

Support Plans can be designed to promote:

  • Empathy and understanding of the lived experience of the client
  • Awareness of self and others (carer and client become more predictable to each other; the client develops awareness of social boundaries etc)
  • Connection and linking people together with individuals and the community
  • A greater understanding of how to engage with the community and increased independence
  • Knowledge of resources, opportunities, funding, activities and service available to clients and their support networks
  • Individual relationships strengthening and mutual respect increased
  • A reduction in discrimination, social misunderstandings, isolation, exclusion and well-meaning restrictions to client autonomy
  • Independence socially, emotionally and practically with supporting activities of daily living
  • Individual structure, boundaries and routine that are designed to support the client

Working with us

If you would like to talk with us about Support Plans, please contact us. We can work with you using the following line items:

  • Improved Relationships – Specialist Behavioural Intervention Support (11_022_0110_7_3)
  • Improved Relationships – Behaviour Management Plan and Training (11_023_0110_7_3)
  • Improved Daily Living – Capacity Building Supports for Early Childhood (15_040_0118_1_3)
  • Improved Daily Living – Individual Assessment, Therapy and/or training (15_048_01228_1_3)
  • Coordination of Supports: Level 2 (07_002_0106_8_3)
  • Specialist Support Coordination: Level 3 (07_004_0132_8_3)