NDIS self or plan managed clients are welcome to also enquire .  


Social and emotional learning techniques. Brain Science. Positive behaviour support.

Social-Emotional Learning ( SEL ) and Capacity building skills,

helps to enhance a child’s and a young adults confidence to be able to succeed in life.

Social-Emotional Learning & Capacitiy Building skills.

"NDIS" implements creative Social, and Emotional Learning  (SEL) techniques from  2nd grade through to 8th grade to help clients to become more self aware. Also to help understand and self regulate emotions and thoughts and find new ways to help positive behaviour.

These include:

  • Self-Management. ..manage stress, improve concentration and feel more confident!!
  • Responsible Decision Making. …able to make clear and  positive  decisions.
  • Social Awareness - to be able to find new positive ways to communicate , and to foster more compassion, gratitude and empathy.
  • Relationship Skills.  Being able to develop healthy skills to communicate with friends, family and the community.

The development of these skills has shown overall positive results, including better academic performance, improved attitudes, behaviours and relationships with peers, as well as deeper connection to school, and the community  and reduce emotional distress (depression, anxiety, stress and social withdrawal).


Brain science

Clients also learn about how their brain is structured and how it functions. With understanding of how the brain works, this can  give the client more empowerment  and control that can foster how they think, feel and behave. 


Clients and students learns how to develop focused attention, emotional balance, and well-being helps to develop mindful awareness. This helps to improve their confidence.

Behaviour Management

  • Positive behaviour management means giving children and young adults attention when they behave well, rather than punishing them when they don't.
  • Understanding  behaviour helps us to  choose the most appropriate behaviour management strategies.