Behavioural Support works to understand why a person may display inappropriate, challenging, or unsafe behaviour.
At Aruma (formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation), we can help to understand why someone with a disability may display inappropriate, challenging, or unsafe behaviours, and work together to find a solution.
To begin, we will put together an assessment to help us understand what a person is communicating through different actions.
As part of this we may:
What we suggest will depend on the person and their needs but there are lots of different strategies.
We might look at:
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Families and carers may need education and training around how to implement the recommended strategies. Our team can help make sure everyone understands the plan and that the plan is effective.
We can also provide training to small groups in the areas of:
We provide Behavioural Support services in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland including:
We also offer other disability services across New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and the ACT.
The NDIS provides funding for Therapy and Clinical Supports.
The most common NDIS categories of support include Improved Daily Living, Improved Relationships, and Support Coordination.
Aruma also welcome private customers, both individuals and organisations.
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