Positive Behaviour Support

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Positive behaviour support is an evidenced based approach that aims to address behaviours of concern.

It is an approach that is person centred with the aim of improving communication, social, emotional and behavioural outcomes for individuals.


Date: Tuesday 6 June 2023

Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm (VIC)


This is an online event.

About the event

This is a free event for parents and carers of children and teens with Down syndrome who are under the age of 15.

Participants will gain knowledge about:

  • What is Positive Behaviour Support?
  • How to create effective rhythms and routines in your home
  • How to set up positive behaviour structures and supports
  • The difference between teaching positive behaviours as opposed to focussing on negative behaviours
  • Learn practical strategies to begin to introduce elements of  positive behaviour support

To Register

To register, please visit our online registration page:


Belinda Webb

Belinda Webb is a Special Education Teacher and Behaviour Consultant who is passionate about assisting families with children’s challenging behaviours. She has over 15 years experience working with a range of children across all ability levels, including children with ASD,  developmental delay and intellectual disability from ages 2- 20. Belinda also lectures, pre-service teachers at Victoria University in working with students with disabilities. 

Belinda fosters a positive approach to assisting families to make positive change with the children in their lives.

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