FABIC Ethos & Principles of Client Care
Our work at FABIC ensures that each person is treated with decency, respect and dignity and begins with the premise that each person has a unique and innate value they bring to the world. At FABIC, we do not judge, criticise or label anyone or ourselves for any behaviour they or we might be experiencing, rather seek understanding as to the reason WHY behaviour(s) are occurring.
All FABIC clinicians work to maintain the dignity and quality of life for all our clients and are committed to upholding the rights of individuals from all walks of life including those with and without a diagnosed disability or mental health condition.
Our work at FABIC is evidence-based and founded upon Functional Behaviour Assessment, skills building and on supporting individuals and their support teams to increase independence, capacity and quality of life. FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre consists of a team of experts and specialists, offering services in behaviour change, psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy and mental health. Our focus is always on lasting behaviour change. Many of the clinical team at FABIC are registered providers of specialist behaviour support services under the NDIS. All our clinicians work under the NDIS Code of Conduct and provide services consistent with the NDIS practice standards while FABIC as a business meets all NDIS auditing compliances.
FABIC is equipped and well-known for handling even the most complex behaviour cases since 2006.
FABIC is renowned for its work with adults and children exhibiting any non-preferred behaviour(s), but particularly those who meet the criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Intellectual Impairment and/or disability impacted by unwanted behaviour(s). FABIC director, Tanya Rae Curtis, has been working with people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and disability since 2002 with great success. For many families, care support teams and organisations she has been the go-to person when they feel nothing else has worked.