NDIS Behavioural Support

NDIS Behavioural Support

What is Behaviour Support?

NDIS Behaviour Support is about creating individualised strategies for people with disabilities that are responsive to the person’s needs, in a way that reduces and eliminates the need for the use of regulated restrictive practices.

The NDIS describes Specialist Behavioural Intervention Support as highly specialised intensive support interventions to address significantly harmful or persistent behaviours of concern. Development of behaviour support plans that temporarily use restrictive practices, with intention to minimise use of these practices.

How does Behaviour Support help?

How does behavioural support help


The observable behaviour –
What are they actually doing?

How does Behaviour Support help


The underlying cause –
What is the goal of the behaviour?

Where does behaviour occur


The setting–
Where does it occur? What happens immediately before and after?