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Specialist Behaviour Support

CRAMLI  provides a high quality evidence-based and person-centred approach to people who have approved behaviour support funding in their NDIS plans. Behaviour support funding is identified when a participant demonstrates behaviour that may be challenging in their own environment. Behaviour is called ‘challenging’ because it challenges everyone who supports the person to understand why it is happening and how to work together to find solutions.

CRAMLI  offer individualised intervention and training packages to teams and organisations to reduce the risk of harm and create positive, sustainable outcomes for participants that engage in challenging behaviours to communicate a need. 

Behaviour Support is about remembering to practice the seven ‘Ps’ of positive behaviour support:

  • Person-centred: ensuring the person is always at the centre.
  • Partnership: working closely with the person and their supporters to shape the process.
  • Planned: creating a clear and positive Behaviour Support Plan (BSP) to ensure shared understandings and accountability.
  • Positive: focusing on being preventative, not just reactive.
  • Purposeful: using a Functional Assessment to know the reason for the behaviour.
  • Process-driven: following a process of identifying, assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating data.
Our Practitioners

You will be supported by friendly and highly qualified positive behaviour support practitioners who work with you to design a positive behaviour support plan.

BSP Support Plans

Our Behaviour Support Service is a multidisciplinary team that draws on different areas of expertise to create comprehensive behaviour support plans containing strategies responsive to the person’s individual needs, in a way that addresses behaviours of concern.

Understanding Behaviour Support

Restrictive Practices Consults and Assessments

A restrictive practice can only be used on an NDIS participant when part of a BSP. RP Consults help us determine if there are any restrictions in place and conduct an assessment to NDIS for further funding to address the RP in place.

Restrictive Practices

Restrictive practice means any practice or intervention that has the effect of restricting the rights or freedom of movement of a person with disability.

What we do as behavioural practitioners

- BSP interventions and recommendations
- Proactive and reactive strategies
- Reduce harmful behaviour and eliminate the use of restrictive practices
- Observations and training