Behaviour Management services to support your child to be safe, happy and engaged with their day.

Behaviour Management Short Term Consultation

Our Super Kids Behaviour Management Short-Term Consultation is an 8-12 week parent support plan that includes an individualized assessment of your child and their environment (at home and/or school). Initially, we determine why the behaviour is occurring. Based on this information, we design a customised behaviour plan. Subsequently, parent support will commence, ensuring you have all the tools you need to build on the foundation we establish in the Super Kids sessions.

We offer different levels of support during our short-term consultation model, depending on the behaviours you are currently concerned about and what you’d like your child to learn to do instead. Additionally, this consultation may occur in-person, online, or both, depending on what is most appropriate for your family and the goals you’d like to work on.

These services are suitable for neurotypical (children with no diagnosis) or neurodivergent children specifically Autism, ADHD, global developmental delay or intellectual disability

 We can help with:

  • Communication
  • Cooperation
  • Connection
  • Sleep
  • Picky eating
  • Toilet training
  • Safety and hygiene skills
  • Transitions between activities or places
  • Managing tantrums or other problem behaviours
  • Managing rigid behaviours and insistence on sameness
  • Sibling and caregiver relationships

Our Behaviour Management Consultation Process

1. Enquiry Application

First our team will assess your application to make sure we’re the right service provider for your family, that it is within our scope of competence and we can meet your expectations and reach your goals.

2. Discovery call

Then once our team have approved your application and we have capacity for a new client, we will contact you via email to book in an exploration call with our team. On this call they will discuss your needs in more detail and therefore answer any additional questions you may have.

3. Service offer

After the discovery call, we will send you an official proposal outlining the therapy schedule and costs. If you accept this proposal, the onboarding process will begin. However, if you change your mind, you can decline, and we will bid you farewell with no hard feelings!

4. Intake Meeting & Assessment 

Next you will work with a Behaviour Consultant to find out why this behaviour of concern is happening and an action plan of what needs to be done. Initially you will have an interview meeting with the Behaviour Consultant (your child does not need to be present) to learn more about them and the behaviour you’re worried about. Then the second appointment will then be an assessment to assess this. You and your child will be present for the assessment and this will occur at Super Kids HQ or home (as determined by Behaviour Consultant). After this, we will be able to recommend what skills need to be taught and best way to do so.

Assessment includes:

  • 1 hour telehealth meeting with Behaviour Consultant
  • 1 hour assessment session with Behaviour Consultant
  • Assessment results and recommendations

Cost: $660.00

5. Behaviour Management Short Term Consultation Program 

The final step is that you begin the intervention program that will support and teach you how to best respond to the behaviour of concern and teach your child new skills, including communication, toleration, waiting, and cooperating with instructions, to support them at home. This is suitable for children aged 2-12 years with general cooperation barriers and emerging behaviour problems that may or may not be dangerous. The number of hours will be determined after the Assessment, but usually 8-12 sessions across 8-12 weeks.

Cost: $2,100 -$ 2,900.00 for 8-12 weeks of support

Not sure what behavioural help you need?

No problems! The easiest and quickest way to find the best solution for your family
is via a complimentary call with our specialists.

Submit your application

Fill out the form below with all the info we need to know about your family & goals. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

The Behaviour Management programs are short term (8-12 week) programs that are either focused on keeping your child (and those around them) safe and to develop general cooperation skills. It is not as intensive or comprehensive as an early intervention program which typically teaches across all developmental domains (for example, communication, play, social skills, motor skills, daily living skills, etc). If you’re not sure which program would be most appropriate, then please contact us for a discovery call and we can discuss this with you in more detail. Follow this link to book in a discovery call.

Depending on the purpose of the session, we offer services in a variety of ways for you to get the help you need, including:

  • Telehealth consultation
  • Phone consultation
  • Home sessions
  • Community access visits and educational settings (preschool, school)
  • In-centre sessions at Super Kids HQ in Gladesville


Please note that a travel charge will apply for sessions outside of HQ.

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is based on the principles of learning which apply to all people, not just autistic children. It is a scientific approach to understanding behavior. ABA refers to a set of principles that focus on how behaviours change, or are affected by the environment, as well as how learning takes place. Every behaviour and skill that we all learn is a result of the same processes used in ABA! When we first meet your child, we will use an assessment to identify your child’s current skills and any support needs, and then develop an individualised set of programs to break down priority skills into smaller, easy to learn steps. Then we will continue to increase the complexity of these programs until they have met their short and long term goals.

Our initial discovery call is free. During this time we can decide what is the best service for you and your family. The fee structure is based on your needs and best practice recommendations for your child. This can occur over the phone or at our office in Gladesville. Follow this link to book in a discovery call.

Our Behaviour Management programs are all supervised by our Clinical Lead in Behaviour Management, Amelia Bates. Amelia has a particular interest in behaviour management for severe problem behaviour and specialises in utilising the Practical Functional Assessment (PFA) and implementing Skills Based Treatment (SBT). She provides in-house and external staff training and supervision in this area. All Super Kids programs are supervised by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) or Certified Behaviour Analyst (CBA). To find out more about why this is important and what a BCBA is, click here).

Yes. The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will fund ABA services for autistic children and children with other developmental disabilities. Super Kids is not currently a registered NDIS provider, however, funding can still be used clients who have plans that are self-managed or plan-managed. If your plan is not currently self-managed, you can request for this to be changed by contacting your NDIS coordinator.

ABA is based on the principles of learning which apply to all people, not just autistic children. Your child does not need to have a diagnosis of autism to benefit from ABA. Many children with other developmental delays, such as global developmental delays, intellectual delays and speech delays may require support in achieving their goals. This also applies for neurotypical children who have problem behaviour. 

Our behaviour management services are suitable for children aged 2-12 years and will be individualised based on their strengths and skills. 


To find out more about Super Kids, please fill in the form below. Then we will be able to assist you with information about our programs, online courses and current waitlist status.

0422 457 363

9/56 Buffalo Rd, Gladesville NSW , 2111

0422 457 363

9/56 Buffalo Rd, Gladesville NSW , 2111

Super Kids acknowledges each individual’s personal preference to use identity-first or person-first language to describe themselves or their loved one. We interchangeably use both language conventions and therefore refer to both Autistic children and children with Autism.