Do you, or the person you support, have behaviours of concern?
If you, or the person you support, has a disability and complex behaviours of concern, we’re here to help.
These behaviours can express themselves in a range of forms including verbal aggression; being physically violent or hostile; experiencing high levels of anxiety; or behaving in ways that are socially isolating or inappropriate.
If the situation creates a strain on your relationships, or has the potential to cause harm, it’s time to ask for help.
How we can help
Our qualified and experienced behaviour assessment and support team specialise in supporting adults who have behaviours of concern. We work with people who have neurological disability and challenging behaviours every day.
We can offer:
- Interim behaviour support plan
- Behaviour support plan
- Review of current plan
We can help you understand behaviour triggers and develop a plan to address the underlying causes.
Our team includes psychologists, social workers and trained positive behaviour support staff. We can guide you, and people who support you, every step of the way. Our aim is to help you improve the relationships that matter to you.
The results we see are very positive. Our service helps our clients to:
- Learn new ways to cope and better understand situations
- Reconnect with their loved ones and social networks
- Access and maintain stable accommodation and support teams
- Enjoy participating in community activities
Understanding challenging behaviours
Behaviour support is an evidence-based approach to supporting people with disability who sometimes display challenging behaviours. It looks to improve the person’s quality of life by understanding why they engage in the behaviour. This understanding helps address unmet needs and to build skills to reduce challenging behaviours.
Free NDIS tools and resources
The NDIS Toolkit helps guide individuals with disability, families and carers to get access to and plan for the NDIS. Funded by the Department of Communities Disability Services, the toolkit will help you prepare for your planning meeting by taking out all the guesswork.Browse now
Why you can trust Brightwater
Holistic approach to health
We have an in-house team of health professionals, that includes nurses, physios, OTs and more - who work together to ensure you receive the best quality care.
Not-for-profit since 1901
For over 100 years, we’ve been there for West Australians from all walks of life. With humble beginnings in Subiaco, today we provide services all across Perth.
Responsibility for research
We are the only WA home care provider with a dedicated Research Centre – a hub of discovery and innovation, collaborating with national and international universities to find innovative solutions to improve the quality of lives of our clients.
Rehabilitation for life
By combining therapy with everyday living scenarios over an extended period of time and through different stages of rehabilitation, we are the expert of building a bridge between hospital and home.
Frequently asked questionsView All FAQ’s
What types of disability does Brightwater specialise in?
Brightwater supports people with complex disabilities, including neurological, cognitive, psychosocial and physical disabilities.
We are an innovator in the area of acquired brain injury rehabilitation, and also provide specialist supported accommodation and services for people living with Parkinson's disease and Huntington's disease.
What funding can I access if I have a disability?
If you meet the requirements, you may be able to access funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). For information about how to get started with the NDIS, click here.
Can I access disability services in my own home?
What happens if I am not eligible for the NDIS?
If you are not eligible for NDIS funding, you may be able to access funding from other sources or self-fund your services.
Give us a call on 1300 223 968 to discuss your options.