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People For People Project - P4P

"Positive Outcomes Project for people with disabilities in non government services"


Would you like to learn more about achieving positive outcomes for your clients?

Understand how to achieve behaviour change for clients before it escalates?

Would your staff like to improve their skills and confidence in providing quality supports for individuals?

Do you want to know how to do an effective client lifestyle and environment review?

Do you have a staff member(s) who has a passion for supporting clients through difficult life periods?

Would your staff like to access tools recommended by ADHC Behaviour Intervention team to facilitate desired client outcomes?

Do you have a staff member(s) who would like to be part of a positive behaviour support network that is being developed?

If you have answered yes to any of these questions please contact us.


Kurrajong is working in partnership with ADHC Western Region to build workforce capacity and skills within the NGO sector to achieve positive intervention and behavioral supports for clients.

The P4P project seeks:

- To develop the skills and ability within the NGO sector to support quality outcomes for clients through training, peer support and mentoring.

- To support NGO sector to be more sustainable and resilient in their support of clients who display challenging behaviours.

- To train and share the knowledge of ADHC's tool kits for achieving quality outcomes for clients within the NGO sector of the Western Region

- To build the expertise and networks of mentors across the NGO sector to continue to support the ongoing training and assistance to NGO staff in behaviour management.

This project is only available to ADHC funded disability services across the Western Region of NSW.

P4P Offers the following training and resources
- Positive behaviour supports
- Achieving quality outcomes & behaviour change
- Individual client lifestyle & environment review
- Toolkit of practical resources
- Restricted practice awareness training & authorisation requirements
- Support to establish a restricted practice panel

For further details on what we can offer your service please contact a P4P staff member on:

Ph: (02) 6938 4106