Disability and NDIS
Positive Behaviour Support

Positive Behaviour Support 

Positive support for people with disability displaying challenging behaviours. 

Positive Behaviour Support - What we do

Our behaviour support practitioners work with you to ensure you feel supported. We may work with you and your network of supporters.

We may create effective communication strategies or provide help to work towards life goals. Our support plans are unique for each person.

We can assist by exploring why behaviours are happening and ways to do things differently.

With your guidance, we support you to implement new ways to learn skills and strategies to help with difficulties you may be experiencing.

Positive Behaviour Support - Eligibility

As a registered provider under the NDIS, we support children and adults who have an NDIS plan.

Our Positive Behaviour Support is provided under the ‘Capacity Building Support – Improved Daily Living’ funding line within an NDIS plan.

Positive Behaviour Support - Getting started

  1. Contact us by phoning 8273 7190 or sending us an email.
  2. Your PBS practitioner will visit you to discuss your goals and how we can work together.
  3. Together, we will create an interim positive behaviour support plan, to help reduce behaviours of concern and increase your safety.
  4. Together, we will create a comprehensive positive behaviour support plan, including detailed information on why we think the behaviour is happening and how we can help you, and those who support you.
  5. Together, we will implement these ideas in your home and community while continuing to monitor how things are going and support you and your network, to make the most of every day.


Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Peramangk and Boandik lands. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the state’s first peoples, recognise their traditional ownership, and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, deep connection and continued guardianship of land and waters. We value the contributions of Elders past and present, and are committed to learning from those emerging.