Positive Practices


We take an individualised approach to your supports. Our first step will be gathering information about you and your needs. Depending on what you are seeking from us we will then progress with more specific assessments and develop plans and strategies to reach your goals.

You can make a referral by completing this form or submitting the form online.
This varies. We do have a waitlist but sometimes we have more capacity to accept referrals. It is important that you advise us of any reasons where you may need services urgently. This way we can review your referral and consider your priority for allocation with a clinician as best we can. If things change for you while you are on our waitlist, please contact us with an update at contact@positivepractices.com.au
If you contact us through our website or at contact@positivepractices.com.au we can send you an information pack about our supervision services. We charge an hourly rate but are able to offer an individualised quote depending on your needs.
We don’t currently offer these services. We operate on a model where our clinicians consult and support a person with a disability, their formal and informal support networks to implement strategies and plans. We can train and debrief with a team regularly, but we do not directly employ support workers to do intensive therapy or interventions.
Yes, we travel across the north of Australia. We will make all attempts to use your plan efficiently by using telehealth and other methods of contact. We quote separately for travel and can discuss this with you in more detail if you make a referral.
Yes, we generally charge for travel in line with the NDIS Price Guide.
Yes, we do this. We offer private services and accept referrals from other third-party payers. Please contact us about what you need, and we can discuss these options.

Positive Practices is committed to the goal of reducing and eliminating the use of Restrictive Practices for people with Disabilities. We firmly believe that peoples human rights should be upheld, and people should be free from experiencing the negative effects of ongoing and inappropriate use of Restrictive Practices.
We also understand that sometimes Restrictive Practices are needed for emergency or short term us. If this is the case, we thoroughly assess and work with people to ensure that appropriate legislation, NDIS rules and reporting is conducted to ensure that restrictive practices are monitored and reduced.