Positive solutions in practice, guides and advice

Positive Solutions in Practice is a series of short, easy to read articles that summarise evidence-based practice.

The articles have ideas on how service providers can move away from restrictive practices, to positive behaviour support practices that foster self-determination and dignity. They are published by the Office of the Senior Practitioner.

The Office of the Senior Practitioner also provides practice advice and practice guides to:

  • provide clarity around concepts and terms relevant to supporting a person who may be subjected to restrictive interventions
  • practical ideas about how disability support professionals can promote autonomy and human rights for people with a disability
  • an opportunity for reflective practice and to generate discussion among disability support professionals to examine their practice.

It is hoped that these resources will help service providers review their practices, and ensure they are implemented to promote positive behaviour support.


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