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How Our Psychologists Support NDIS Participants with Diverse Disabilities

We provide individualised treatment plans for our participants because, At Beyond Barriers Care, we understand that addressing the unique needs of individuals with disabilities goes beyond physical support. That's why we are proud to offer telehealth and in-person psychological services.

Our team of dedicated psychologists is equipped with the knowledge and expertise to assist participants with a wide range of disabilities like:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Intellectual Disability

  • Down Syndrome

  • Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

  • Psychosocial Disability

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Sensory Processing Disorder and others


Let's explore how our psychologists can help unlock your potential and enhance your well-being.

Holistic Assessments for Tailored Support:

Our experienced psychologists conduct thorough assessments to gain a comprehensive understanding of your unique needs and challenges. By utilizing evidence-based techniques and tools, we develop personalized strategies to enhance your overall functioning and quality of life.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD):

For individuals with ASD, our psychologists specialize in providing support through behavioral interventions, social skills training, sensory integration techniques, and strategies to manage sensory sensitivities. We work closely with participants, families, and support teams to ensure a collaborative approach to therapy.

 Some of the strategies they use include:

  • Conducting diagnostic assessment (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule -2 or ADOS-2) to assist with formalized diagnosis of Autism and a functional assessment (Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale or Vineland-3) for identifying strengths and deficits in functional skills.

  • Working with parents and care team members (such as GP, Pediatrician, Support Coordinator, Support Workers) to better understand the client's needs and provide collaborative care.

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to help individuals learn strategies to manage anxiety, emotional dysregulation, and other behavioral difficulties.

  • Using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to teach emotional regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, and interpersonal communication skills for improving quality of life. 

  • Social skills training to improve social communication, interaction, and understanding of social cues.


Intellectual Disability:

Our psychologists offer specialized assistance to individuals with Intellectual Disability. We focus on addressing cognitive and emotional development, behavior management, and fostering independence. Through individualized interventions, we aim to improve communication, social interactions, and overall well-being.


Acquired Brain Injury (ABI):

Psychological support is crucial for individuals with an Acquired Brain Injury. Our psychologists work closely with participants to address cognitive impairments, emotional challenges, and behavioral changes resulting from ABI. We provide therapeutic interventions, cognitive rehabilitation, and coping strategies to maximize recovery and promote functional independence.


Psychosocial Disability:

Living with a mental health condition can be challenging, but our psychologists are here to help. We offer counseling, therapy, and coping strategies to support individuals with psychosocial disabilities. Our focus is on building resilience, managing symptoms, improving emotional well-being, and enhancing social participation.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD):

Our psychologists provide comprehensive support for individuals with ADHD, including diagnostic assessments, behavior management strategies, executive function training, and educational support. Through tailored interventions, we empower participants to overcome challenges associated with attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity.

At Beyond Barriers Care, our psychologists are passionate about empowering NDIS participants with diverse disabilities. By understanding your unique needs and challenges, we strive to provide tailored psychological support that helps you overcome barriers, enhance your well-being, and unlock your true potential. Contact us at 1300 190 023 Or send us query at our contact form. to discover how our team can assist you on your journey towards a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Or you can fill the referral form, and our team will get in touch to start the services.

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