A Behaviour Support Plan is a written document developed by one of our NDIS registered Behaviour Support Practitioners or Psychologists in consultation with the person, their family and those who support them. Informed by a comprehensive data collection process, it is essentially a practical “how to” support guide that outlines how to support a person and respond when they are displaying behaviours of concern. It also details clear evidence-based strategies and skill development that will reduce the persons need to use behaviours of concern in the future.
The process usually involves an initial meeting, collection of a range of data, observations of the child or young person in a natural environment, completion of a Functional Behaviour Assessment and input of all the key people involved. Once the plan is finalised and agreed by key people, Beam Health can provide ongoing therapy and intervention, for example, direct support in the home, at school or in other regular environments through our trained Behaviour Therapy Assistants.