Behaviour Supports

Creating individual plans to support your Behaviour needs.

Individual plans that help you understand and work through your behaviours.

Behaviour needs are complex

Physical, Emotional and Mental Health all play a factor into your behavioural interpretations.

Creating Stability

Setting up the correct habits and routines are incredibly important in behaviour support plans

Managing Change

Relationships and changes in our environment can affect the way we perceive situations

Individual PLans

As you're a unique individual, so should each plan we construct. We tailor make each plan to support your specific needs and requirements.

What is a Behaviour support plan?

At ASR, we understand that the many ways people experience things can offer us insight into how they feel and what they need. Understanding this and being equipped with the right tools and knowledge to support people, is best practice care. Behaviour Support Plans are a powerful tool for this process. A person with a good BSP is a Better Supported Person.

Part 1:
Identify and Assess

Part 2: PLan, implement and evaluate

Frequently asked questions

Many changes in behaviour are a signal that the person is stressed – or that they have an unmet need. It might be be to do with things going on in the environment someone is in, trying to communicate a feeling, or to cope with an unmet need or to respond to something unwelcome. This can be internal (in the mind or body) or external (something about the situation).

Behaviour support starts with knowing the individual. Focusing on understanding the finer details about the person in your care (their likes and dislikes, past experiences and routines) is key to understanding what the person is experiencing or attempting to communicate. This allows us to respond with appropriate care strategies to support them to the best of our ability.

Careful assessment, planning and partnership, enables effective responses to behaviour. The use of your behavioural assessments and tools (such as the BAF and BFC) , as well as partnership with the person in your care, their friends, family and wider care team, allows ongoing care and support to address their needs.

Behaviour support is about the processes used to:

  1. Proactively avoid things that might negatively impact a person and cause changes in their behaviour
  2. Proactively respond to and care for, a person expressing the need for support through a changed behaviour.

The term ‘changed behaviours’ is descriptive rather than prescriptive. What constitutes changed behaviour, will differ depending on the individual expressing the behaviour. For this reason, identifying ‘changed behaviour’ that need responding to requires a good understanding of the person in your care, and whether the behaviour being experienced is different from what is ‘normal’ behaviour for that person. It is also important to consider whether the behaviour is distressing to that person or to others or to both.

  1. Identify: The immediate actions to take following identification of a changed behaviour.
  2. Assess: The assessments and investigation into a changed behaviour that are necessary to identify, eliminate or alter potential cause.
  3. Plan, Implement, and Evaluate: The process and requirements for developing/ reviewing, implementing and evaluating a Behaviour Support Plan to improve care for a person requiring behaviour support

WHAT Our clients say

"ASR have really helped me with my journey through the NDIS and all the ups and downs it can bring. They do more than just my plan management and support coordination,but help me in always being there. Nina and the team have helped to change my life for the better! "
Annie Sykes
"ASR have the most wonderful staff. They are very caring, nice and helpful to me whenever I need them. They are always available to listen to my needs and help connect me to the best providers. I'm really happy with their service!"
Craig Chamberlain

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