Hollie is a dedicated and experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner with a passion for enhancing the lives of individuals with diverse needs. With a solid background in psychology and community services, and a commitment to person-centred care, Hollie brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to her role, making a meaningful impact on the lives of those she supports.
Hollie holds a three-year degree in Psychology and has accumulated significant experience in the fields of behaviour support, disability support, youth support, and child protection. Her journey began with an interest in psychology, where she gained valuable insights into the complexities of human behaviour. Over the years, she has gained extensive knowledge and honed her expertise, specialising in behaviour support interventions tailored to the unique needs of individuals.
Hollie possesses a comprehensive skill set that includes functional behaviour assessments, behaviour intervention planning, and the implementation of evidence-based strategies. Her approach is collaborative, working closely with individuals, families, and support teams to develop holistic plans that foster positive outcomes.
As a Behaviour Support Practitioner, Hollie is dedicated to promoting positive behaviour change and improving the quality of life for individuals facing behavioural challenges. Her role involves conducting thorough assessments to identify the underlying causes of challenging behaviours, followed by the development and implementation of personalised support plans.
Hollie is well-versed in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and plays a crucial role in supporting individuals who have been allocated Behaviour Support funding. She collaborates with participants, their families, and support networks to ensure that interventions align with the goals outlined in their NDIS plans. Hollie also has prior experience working under the legislation of the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ).
How Hollie can help:
Individualised Support: Hollie understands that each person is unique, and her interventions are tailored to address the specific needs and preferences of the individual receiving support.
Goal-Oriented Approach: Working closely with the individual, Hollie helps define clear and achievable goals. She then develops and implements strategies that align with these objectives, ensuring a focused and effective approach to behaviour support.
Collaborative Care: Hollie recognises the importance of collaboration among all stakeholders involved in a person's support network. She actively engages with families, support workers, and other professionals to create a cohesive and supportive environment.
Continuous Monitoring and Evaluation: To ensure the ongoing effectiveness of behaviour support plans, Hollie incorporates regular monitoring and evaluation mechanisms. This proactive approach allows for adjustments as needed and ensures sustained progress toward identified goals.
Hollie's commitment to empowering individuals with behavioural challenges, coupled with her expertise in navigating the NDIS landscape, positions her as a valuable advocate and supporter in the journey toward improved well-being and independence