This website provides introductory information about PBS, and access to learning resources and a quality assurance tool for practitioners.

If you’re new to PBS (e.g. a person living with disability, a family member or service provider) and interested to know more, you can access information via ‘Downloadable PBS resources’ above and watch the introductory video below.

If you are a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) practitioner, you can login below to:

  • access learning resources to enhance your PBS practice.
  • use a quality assurance tool to get feedback on your PBS plan.

What is Positive Behaviour Support?

Positive behaviour support - PBS - provides a framework to learn about a peson and their needs, and to work with them and other to help them build a good life.

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Practitioners: Access your learning

If you’re a PBS practitioner, access resources and learning via the portal.

Contribute to your continuing professional development

Submit and get feedback on a PBS plan

Who are these learning resources designed for?

The ‘Downloadable PBS resources’ are designed to be accessible for everyone (people with disability, family members, service providers etc). However, the learning resources within the login section have been developed for existing behaviour support practitioners who are not new to PBS (e.g., are at least developing (‘Core’) practitioners).

It is assumed that behaviour support practitioners using these resources have completed formal PBS training and using these resources does not replace the need for ongoing professional development and supervision.

The online positive behaviour support plan (PBSP) quality assurance tool, which includes the PBSP summary document, is intended to be used by trained and experienced behaviour support practitioners.

This project has been funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commission