3-Day intermediate PBS workshop for PBS practitioners (ADL)

For successful PBS to occur, practitioners need the skills to conduct a comprehensive functional behaviour assessment and develop data-based PBS plan with the primary goal of improving the quality of life of individuals who present with behaviours of concern. A three-day Intermediate PBS workshop will be offered to PBS practitioners (team leaders/allied health) in June in […]

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Research opportunity for PBS Practitioners/Supervisors in SA, through Flinders University – “Evaluating and monitoring the quality of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) plans for individuals living with disabilities”

Flinders University is undertaking research entitled “Evaluating and monitoring the quality of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) plans for individuals living with disabilities.” As you are aware, PBS is the recommended framework for supporting individuals who present with behaviours of concern (BOC), with the primary goal of improving an individual’s quality of life through skill development […]

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Intermediate Positive Behaviour Support Workshop for Supervisors/Team Leaders (ADL)

For successful PBS to occur, senior practitioners need the skills to conduct a comprehensive functional behaviour assessment and develop data-based PBS plans with the primary goal of improving the quality of life of individuals who present with behaviours of concern. Early Bird and Group discount available. Training outline: Functional behaviour assessment Prioritising and defining behaviours Indirect and […]

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3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training

This 3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training is offered through a collaboration between the DEAI, Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability(asid-SA Chapter) and Flinders University. It is for Professional and Clinical staff with existing experience in delivering PBS, and who are looking to further consolidate their skills. You will be provided with a range of PBS tools and work toward […]

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NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission information sessions

The NDIS Commission Website is now available at www.ndiscommission.gov.au where you will also find additional resources. We will build on this information over time. The NDIS Commission along with SA Government will be running a series of Behaviour Support Information sessions for both specialist behaviour support practitioners and implementing providers 18 and 19 June 2018. […]

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Important news for DE’s: NDIS Practice Standards and Quality Indicators – Key elements of the Quality and Safeguarding Framework,

Disability Services Consulting has published the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Provider Registration and Practice Standards) Rules 2018. They outline the registration requirements for providers under the NDIS. They also cover the new NDIS Practice Standards and the Quality Indicators that must be met in order to provide services. This includes Practice Standards for the delivery of Positive Behaviour […]

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3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training 19-21 June

This 3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training is offered through a collaboration between the DEAI, Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability(asid-SA Chapter) and Flinders University. It is for Professional and Clinical staff with existing experience in delivering PBS, and who are looking to further consolidate their skills. You will be provided with a range of PBS tools and work toward […]

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Flinders University Disability & Community Inclusion Research Network – RESEARCH MONDAY

You are invited to: Narelle McCaffrey’s Masters Proposal Presentation on Monday the 23rd of April 2018. Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for Individuals with Disabilities living in Community Settings: A Systematic Review. The Presentation will be held between 9.30 – 10.30am in Room S407A, South Wing, Sturt Campus. See Masters Proposal Flyer_Monday 23 April 2018 for details. […]

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