NDIS Behaviour Support Services
Amicus Behaviour Support Team – Megan and Georgie.
Amicus has been offering of NDIS Behaviour Support Services with great success and continues to grow the team delivering it. This service was introduced to Amicus as a result of the increased demand and concerned at the lengthy delays that people with a disability, their families and support networks were experiencing in accessing behavioural services.
Contact Us About Behaviour Support Services
Amicus Behavioural Support services have already been achieving some great outcomes for participants, who through ‘Improved daily living’ have been able to better understand and manage their mental health diagnoses and symptoms, improve confidence and access the community, and increase their social networks.
We’ve compiled some of our most frequently asked questions below, but please get in touch with our Behaviour Support Services team if there is anything further we can answer or assist you with.
When you are ready to choose a Support Coordinator, contact us to talk through your Support Coordination options. Our specialised NDIS Support Coordinators are your partners; ready to assist you to coordinate and implement the supports in your NDIS plan.
We can be involved as little or as much as you prefer, from teaching you how to manage your NDIS plan to providing full assistance to coordinate it.
We work with you to find the supports you most want, to connect with and meet the best mainstream and specialist service providers that suit your plan, and to get the ball rolling towards the life you want to live.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can get in touch with Amicus’ Behaviour Support Services team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org