Empowering lives and inspiring resilience

Everyone deserves the opportunity to live their life to the fullest, no matter the challenges they face. At LifeLift, that’s what we aim to facilitate, with a range of specialised behaviour support services across Perth designed to bring joy to daily living.

We’re a network of allied health professionals with a desire to deliver the best level of care and quality. Because we know the impact certain behaviours can have on individuals, families, communities and organisations. It’s why we take a compassionate, empowering, person-centred approach, tailored to the specific needs of our clients.

Our behaviour support services in Perth offer evidence-based approaches and value-for-money allied health expertise with a focus on Positive Behaviour Support (PBS). More than simply addressing the behaviour, we want to create Positive Behaviour Support Plans that help us look into the causes — and create a more meaningful difference.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD

For people living with ASD, navigating social interactions and managing emotions can come with very real, very specific challenges. ASD can be associated with behaviours such as aggression, self-injury, or repetitive actions, and these all require specialist intervention.

Our autism support specialists can help to address these behaviours in a way that’s full of compassion and understanding, equipping those living with ASD with the skills and social strategies they need to enjoy each day.

Intellectual disability

The meaning, impact and symptoms of intellectual disability vary from person to person, which is why a person-centred approach is so crucial in providing support. Often, intellectual disability brings difficulties in communication, which means individuals can have trouble expressing exactly what they feel or need.

Our behaviour support services in Perth include psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists – dedicated professionals who can help people living with an intellectual disability to communicate, interact socially, and manage their emotions.

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

ABI is a broad term that refers to a range of diagnoses, and can have profound effects on cognitive functioning, emotional regulation, and impulse control. A person living with an ABI might experience behaviours such as aggression, impulsivity, and difficulty with decision-making. We can help.

Our network of specialists is highly trained and experienced in delivering personal care, providing tailored interventions to help manage behaviour and daily living. Helping those living with an ABI to be independent in their homes and be a part of their communities.

Mental health conditions

Certain mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and severe anxiety can impact behaviour in significant ways. Individuals may experience inhibiting symptoms such as hallucinations, mood swings, or panic attacks, which can be extremely difficult to go through – both for the individual and the people around them.

Our specialised behaviour support services are designed to help manage and reduce those behaviours affecting quality of life. We want to help our clients take control and be more confident in every situation.

Neurodevelopmental disorders

Conditions like attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) can present challenges in attention, impulse control, and defiance. These behaviours can interfere with daily functioning and social relationships, so tailored support can have a tangible, significant positive impact on the lives of those affected.

Our Perth behaviour support team can help create strategies for growth. We work alongside individuals and their support networks to develop personalised plans that promote positive behaviour and foster empowerment.

NDIS behaviour support services in Perth

If you qualify for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to access support services, we’re your trusted local network. As a registered NDIS provider, we offer NDIS-approved and AHPRA-registered allied health services that support individuals of all ages and their families. If you or a loved one could benefit from our services, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Together, we can make every day a bit better for those we care about.

For more information on our behaviour support in Perth or NDIS funding, contact our friendly team today.