Positive Behaviour Support
In line with the latest research and evidence, our senior developmental educator is a multi-disciplinary disability specialist who can provide positive behavioural support programs and teach functional life skills to reduce behaviours of concern. The developmental educator can develop and teach new skills, promote independency enabling increased engagement in the community, and facilitate participation in a range of fun and engaging activities.
Working with the developmental educator can
- Promote physical and emotional wellbeing for scosa participants
- Assess the function of behaviour though evidence based methodologies
- Develop and implement positive behaviour support plans
- Teach functional life skills
- Facilitate self-determination, choice and control
You can be part of the scosa Titans!
scosa’s Titans Program is an example of an initiative targeted towards young men and women, mainly in their late teens and early 20s, who are living with autism. Following a lengthy trial phase, the Titans has expanded to provide important intervention and positive behaviour support in a wide range of community settings, including at shopping centres, sport and recreation venues and other local attractions.
The tailored support which is provided in individual and small group settings, is having a profound and positive impact on those participating and also their families.
If you or someone in your family could benefit from positive behaviour support, we encourage you to contact scosa to learn more about a tailored support package that’s right for you.