Positive Behaviour Support Program
Our Positive Behaviour Support Program is designed to understand and address a child’s challenging behaviours. It supports children and adolescents of all ages.
What skills do we teach?
We understand that challenging behaviours are often a source of frustration, and emotional distress for both the child and their parents. Our main focus is to develop proactive strategies that promote positive behaviours and reduce problem behaviours. The Positive Behaviour Support Program is designed to address behaviours including:
How does it work?
Each program is tailored to the individual needs of your child and family.
Our experienced Therapy Supervisor will design a Positive Behaviour Support Plan which will firstly mitigate challenging behaviours, and secondly teach your child constructive alternative skills.
Your Therapy Supervisor will then work directly with you as parents, as well as teachers, support workers, support coordinators or other allied health professionals.
Unlike many providers, Lizard doesn’t just build plans; we help implement them too. If required, we can work intensively one-on-one with your child to teach and embed the new skills.
What will you need?
Our Positive Behaviour Support Program lasts for 3 months, and is suited to families who have availability for at least 5 sessions over the first month (due to NDIS milestones), as well as the Improved Relationships (IR) funding to support the program.
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How our programs work
Our programs are based on the latest evidence-based practices to achieve the best results.
We start each program by teaching the three foundational “learning to learn” skills of communication, toleration and collaboration.
Based on the child and family needs, we then deliver a tailored program of learning on new life skills such as communication, self-care, and social skills.
The Lizard Centre is a registered NDIS provider for positive behaviour support and therapy.
We are an BACB ACE provider, and a sponsoring member of the Autism Pathways.