Pantheon support services work in conjunction with other allied health professionals, to develop and maintain contemporary behavioural support plans for all its clients.
Using updated therapies and methods for optimal results, including physical therapy, client-centric DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy), Wise mind TIPP (Temperature, Intense Exercise, Paced Breathing, Paired Muscle Relaxation), Allied health guidance (Linking of various Allied Health Professionals) and holistically sports and exercise scientists.
We can help you learn new ways to manage your emotions so that you can effectively communicate with not only your worker but your friends and family. The support will be person-centered for your individual circumstances where there is the presentation of challenging behaviour.
Effective Positive Behaviour Support exists to improve a person’s quality of life, providing opportunities for skill development and resulting in increased community inclusion through a reduction in occurrences and impact of behaviours of concern.
Risk takes form in everyone’s life but we believe a proactive approach to support is vital. Conflict negotiation and resolution are something we pride ourselves on and there is always a way!
Behaviour support focuses on evidence-based strategies and person-centred supports that address the needs of the person with a disability and the underlying causes of behaviours of concern while safeguarding the dignity and quality of life of people with disability who require specialist behaviour support.
Behaviour support is about creating individualised strategies for people with disability that are responsive to the person’s needs, in a way that reduces and eliminates the need for the use of regulated restrictive practices.
Both specialist behaviour support providers (who engage NDIS behaviour support practitioners), and providers who use regulated restrictive practices (implementing providers), must meet the requirements outlined in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Restrictive Practices and Behaviour Support) Rules 2018.
The online community for support has fast become very popular given the ease of access that comes with it as well as quicker response times.