Our aim is to support you in the development of positive recovery pathways, so that you can
live independently and work towards achieving your goals and aspirations.
The Clinical team comprise of behaviour practitioners that have a background in Psychology, Behaviour Management and Social Work.
They possess vast experience, knowledge and skill in the mental health and disability sector.
Behaviour Support Practitioners are responsible for providing personalised behaviour support services for people living with disability with an emphasis on meeting individual needs and achieving the best possible outcomes.
Our Behaviour Support Practitioners develop behaviour assessments, support plans and training to ensure a person centred, strengths based, and least restrictive approach is maintained for the care of the clients we support.
Behaviour Support Practitioner liaise with a client’s relevant support network to ensure each of the proposed strategies are realistic and achievable.
Through Behaviour Support, we work collaboratively with you, your family and your support team to ensure we have a better understanding on how to support you best when experiencing challenging behaviours, explore possible triggers, and develop strategies on how to minimise behaviours of concern. We also develop Behaviour Support Plans, facilitate for individual skill/capacity building and foster improved relationships through training in behaviour management strategies.
Therapeutic Supports includes individual counselling with the primary aim to facilitate self-knowledge, emotional acceptance and growth.
Our Positive Behaviour Support services include:
• A full assessment.
• Increasing effective communication.
• Understanding sensory, psychological and functional triggers.
• Addressing health issues that may be impacting behaviour.
• Assistance in building positive relationships.
• Training and education.
• Development and review of Behaviour Support Plans.
• Skills training.
• Helping you improve your quality of life.
Our Registered Nurse provides quality health care to clients, working collaboratively with staff and liaising with stakeholders to ensure health related concerns are managed with care.
Our Registered Nurse provides support during specialist health assessments and reviews for each of our clients as required. In addition support is available for staff with ongoing assistance, advice, recommendations and training available.
United Disability Care Registered Nurse’s objective is captured through documentation, implementation, evaluating and review of the health support needs of clients.
A new support support called the Psychosocial recovery coach (recovery coach) will be available for participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
What will recovery coaches do?
– Recovery coaches will provide support to people with psychosocial disability to live a full and contributing life. People will be assisted to take more control of their lives and to better manage complex challenges of day to day living.
– Through strong and respectful relationships and skilled coaching, people will be supported to build capacity, including strengths and resilience. Recovery coaches will work collaboratively with people, their families, carers and supports to design, plan, implement and adjust a recovery plan.
– They will collaborate with the broader service system and will assist with the coordination of NDIS and other supports. Source NDIS website.
Clinical Support offers assessments and solutions for improved daily living, well-being, skill development and therapy assistance that addresses issues with a realistic and practical attitude.
Our team is focused on all aspects of health, safety and well-being, supporting clients and families to achieve optimal health and goal achievement. At United Disability Care we work collaboratively with appropriate health care professionals to make purposeful recommendations. Comprehensive assessments and monitoring are undertaken to determine the specific needs of the client and identify other services that they may require, including establishing connections with a broad range of specialist and allied health support services.
In addition to client Clinical Support, the Clinical team work with each of our support team members to ensure that their training and service delivery remains current and up to date with current practices.
Our aim is to support you in the development of positive recovery pathways, so that you can live independently and work towards achieving your goals and aspirations.
United Disability Care’s Clinical team comprise of behaviour practitioners that have a background in Psychology, Behaviour Management and Social Work. They are friendly, possess vast experience, knowledge and skill in the mental health and disability sector.
Clinical Support Team
Do you have questions?
Contact our team: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 1300 454 850