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High Intensity Support

Tailored Individual Support

High Intensity Support at Myxa Care

We understand that certain individuals require a specialised form of care. High Intensity Support is a dedicated service for those whose disabilities demand more skilled and experienced support, ensuring they receive the attention and resources necessary to live their best life.

What Does High Intensity Support Involve?

High Intensity Support is crafted for participants who need: 

  • One-on-one or two-on-one assistance to manage challenging behaviours requiring intensive positive behaviour support. 

  • Continuous active support owing to significant medical needs, such as seizure or respiratory aid. 

  • Support focused on detailed health management, addressing medical, behavioural support or a blend of both. 

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The Myxa Care Approach to High Intensity Support

Our range of high-intensity support services include:

  • Complex behaviour intervention strategies

  • Consistent routine implementation

  • Focused skill development programs

  • Intensive 2:1 behavioural support

  • Daily support driven by therapeutic recommendations

  • Social inclusion and complex behaviour engagement activities

  • Implementation of approved restricted practises

  • Support for minors in out-of-home placements

  • Expertise in hoist work and 2:1 transfers

  • Detailed continence care, peg feeding and mobility support

Each service is designed to support both physical and behavioural complexities, ensuring participants can engage actively with their communities and achieve their goals.

Registered and Ready to Help

Myxa Care is fully registered to give high-intensity support. We are trained to provide:

  • Care for complex bowel needs

  • Feeding and care for those with tubes going to their stomach

  • Looking after people with tracheostomies

  • Managing catheters, for those who need them to go to the toilet

  • Taking care of ventilators for breathing support

  • Giving injections just under the skin

  • Looking after serious wounds

  • Helping those with severe swallowing difficulties

Our Team’s Commitment

Our Myxa Care team is skilled in a broad range of disciplines, from psychology and social work to behavioural analysis and counselling, ensuring we manage complex care needs effectively.

We specialise in providing high-intensity support for both physical and behavioural challenges, including:

  • Nursing: Addressing high-intensity medical needs

  • Complex Behaviour: Expertise across all areas, including forensic needs, court involvement, and placements outside the home


We’re dedicated to providing personalised, top-quality support, constantly improving through training and working closely with families for holistic, empowering care.

High Intensity Support Journey with Myxa Care
Understanding how Myxa Care can provide High Intensity Support

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Getting to know you

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Establishing expectations

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Finding Your Home

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Assembling Your Support Team

We start by asking, “What are you looking for?” Understanding your goals helps us provide the support you need.

Your expectations of a provider guide us to exceed them, be it through weekly reports or monthly meetings

We help find medium-term accommodation or Supported Independent Living homes that match your preferences and needs

We prioritise finding support workers who can offer the best care, ensuring comfort and comprehensive support

Case Study

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In June 2023, Myxa Care had a participant come to them in need of High Intensity Support with a crucial quick turn-around time.

Due to the complexity of their behaviour, their previous provided could no longer provide the tailored support they needed.

Within 2 weeks, Myxa Care were able to find a suitable property in their location of choice in regional Victoria, create a team of support workers to provide care 336 hours a week, undertake suitable training tailored to the individual for the support workers, and have the participant comfortable in their new home with their new supports.

6 months later, the individual is flourishing in their new environment. When they first came to Myxa Care they were non-verbal with complex behaviour. Small tasks such as going out into the community, shopping or public transport seemed like impossible mountains. With support from Myxa Care, this individual is now able to go to shopping centres with their family, catch public transport on the daily and go to cafes and order their own meal.

These achievements are due to consistent routine implementation, stable support workers routine and working in-line with therapist recommendations and strategies.

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