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A Team Approach: Coordinating Behaviour Support In The NDIS

Webinar Recording90 mins
Published Sep 20, 2022
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Explore how to successfully coordinate multiple disability, medical and allied health professionals to get better outcomes, more efficiently.

High quality behaviour support requires a holistic team-based approach, often including allied health, GPs, nurse practitioners, support coordinators and support staff.

Knowing who to involve (and when) is essential. The NDIS Behaviour Support Capability Framework reinforces the range of inputs required, yet fostering effective collaboration in the NDIS remains a major challenge.

This webinar will explore how Behaviour Support Practitioners, Support Coordinators and Service Providers can successfully coordinate multiple disability, medical and allied health professionals to get better outcomes, more efficiently.

Come join us as we explore:

  • Who to engage in assessments and when, being proactive beyond the behaviour support waiting list.

  • The importance of a multi disciplinary, coordinated approach to positive behaviour support.

  • The evidence required to get adequate behaviour support funding in the NDIS plan.

  • How to address the challenges of working collaboratively in a fragmented system.

Who is this webinar for

  • Service Providers and Team Leaders - understand the different roles of the team to take appropriate action and make timely referrals while waiting for BSP involvement.

  • Support Coordinators - understand the different roles of the team to help with more timely and coordinated services.

  • Behaviour Support Practitioners - core and proficient BSPs will benefit from a deeper understanding of different professions and how they can inform the positive behaviour support process.

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