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What is Physical Activity Behaviour Intervention?
Physical Activity Behaviour Intervention may be helpful for parents of children aged 6 – 18 who are either hyperactive and struggling to use their energy positively or who are not naturally inclined to engage in movement and play.
The program aims to build physical activity into the child’s routines to help reduce behaviours of concern and increase the quality of life. For example, the program can teach parents to redirect behaviours of concern resulting from dysregulation into structured physical activities, games or tasks.
Participants may experience a number of behavioural, physical, and psychological benefits which will be explored through the program.
The Autism SA Psychology, Behaviour Support and Counselling team offers a variety of General and Specialised Behaviour Support programs depending on the needs of the individual and the funding available.
How can I access the service?
For more information about supports and services at Autism SA, please contact My Pathways on 1300 288 476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Autism SA is accredited and registered as a provider through the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). This means that you can pay for services at Autism SA with your NDIS funding, or you may pay yourself, through fee for service.