These are behaviours that are unexpected and may lead to others around the person to feel frustrated, distressed or fearful. This can look like the person damaging things around them, behaving in ways that are viewed by others as socially inappropriate, hurting themselves or others.

We believe that all behaviours have a function and by working directly with the person, their family and their other supports we can find ways to assist the person to reduce their behaviours of concern and increase their quality of life.

By using ethical approaches that focus on human rights and community inclusion we aim to reduce or eliminate the need for restrictive practices wherever possible.

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