If your child is finding it hard to manage their emotions and behaviour, our Positive Behavioural Support services may be able to help.
At Aruma (formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation), it’s all about putting you and your family first.
Our dedicated team of practitioners will work with you to find out why a child with a disability may be displaying behaviours of concern. Whether it be emotional outbursts, challenging or unsafe behaviours, or avoidance.
We’ll then support you with solutions on how to manage these behaviours, so you can both live your best life.
The first thing our Aruma team will do is pull together a detailed assessment. It’s important we get to the bottom of what your child is communicating through their actions.
This will involve us:
Every child is different, with unique needs and behaviours. It’s our commitment to develop personalised solutions that work for you and your child.
Strategies may include:
Our aim is to reduce or stop the behaviour that is getting in the way of you and your child enjoying life. We do this by helping your child to learn better ways of expressing themselves and communicating their needs.
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Families, carers, and teachers may need education and training around how to understand your child and their needs, and implement the recommended strategies.
We can also provide training to small groups in the areas of:
We provide Behavioural Support services across New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland including the below locations.
Contact our team today on 1300 538 746 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to see how we can help!
The NDIS provides funding for Therapy and Clinical Supports.
Children 0-7 can access the NDIS specialist childhood intervention support, called Early Childhood, Early Intervention (ECEI). Aruma, as an NDIS Early Childhood Partner, are experienced in providing early childhood intervention and can deliver the ECEI approach.
After age 7, your child may qualify for an NDIS package. We are happy to assist you with supporting funding applications for your child.
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