A person is more likely to achieve the best outcomes when a consistent approach has been developed and communicated.  The consistent approach is outlined in a positive behaviour support plan.  It is a plan that trusted people and supports have had input into and becomes a central resource filled with proactive strategies and instructions to keep you and everyone safe.

On occasions, where there is a restrictive practice in place, the plan will be sent to the relevant states and territories Office of the Senior Practitioner for authorisation and the NDIS commission for monitoring on the use of the restrictive practice.

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