PCS helps people to find new, appropriate and sustainable ways to communicate, make better choices that enables them to participate effectively in the community. Behaviour support encourages people to develop and encourage ways to interact and aims to reduce the frequency and severity of challenging behaviours in the long term
Our services will provide an assessment to help us to understand what a person is communicating through their behaviour. This may involve:
Depending on the person’s needs, we may develop both a Positive Behaviour Support Plan and a Skill development Plan. These plans look at:
Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) is the process of providing specialised support and services for infants and young children who have developmental delays or disabilities, their families and communities, in order to promote development, well-being and community participation.
All services are provided using a family-centered approach, recognising the importance of working in partnership with the family. Services are tailored to meet the individual needs of the child and focus on supporting the child in their natural environments and in their everyday experiences and activities.
Early childhood intervention services may provide:
Individual participation, choice & person-centered support are essential elements of our philosophy. We provide:-
We assist our participants to actively engage in their community and develop participant’s ability to partake in their activities of choice. This also includes outside of School Hours Care for Teenagers with Disability required due to the additional needs related to their disability
PCS provides a variety of specialist therapeutic services supports through NDIS to assist participants gain skills to improve their independence. The services we offer include :-
Professionals include: -
PCS community nursing provides clinical nursing and/or personal care services to participants in their own home as part of the NDIS scheme. Community nursing services can assist with medication, wound care, hygiene and help with showering or dressing. Community nursing services can help to restore or maintain your health and independence at home and assist you to avoid early admittance to hospital or residential care. PCS will provide a registered nurse to assess your clinical need for nursing and/or personal care services. A registered nurse will then determine, in consultation with you, the number, type and frequency of nursing and/or personal care services you need. These will be monitored and reviewed at least monthly by a registered nurse to ensure the care you receive is appropriate to your clinical needs
PCS supports our participants to get the most out of their support plans. We give you choice and control over the disability supports and services you access. We work closely with you and your family or carers to find the most effective way to achieve the goals in your NDIS plan.
PCS helps by training our participants or their carers to increase their ability to live independently. The training can either be provided through group activities or individually which mainly consist of communication and social skills, managing funding of supports, skills in daily life activities, and problem solving.
Premium care services we utterly understand that living independently can be sometimes feel like it cannot be achieved, but with our support we can make it a reality. Whether you are living in your own home, living a shared accommodation arrangement or a rental property we can ensure that we will assist in providing you with a plan for you to achieve living independently
With PCS supports our participants can enjoy a range of group-based and center-based activities aimed at building capacity, developing communication skills, and improving relationships and social confidence. Amongst other programs & activities, we offer are health & wellbeing, swimming, yoga, walking groups etc.
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