Operants offers tailored behavior support, putting your goals at the forefront.

Service locations

We offer our services
throughout Melbourne, Victoria

Get in touch!

Mon – Fri : 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Phone: 1300 895 179


Our Team

Meet the compassionate minds behind Operants. Our dedicated team of behavior support professionals is driven by a shared passion for empowering individuals with disabilities. With diverse expertise and unwavering commitment, we collaborate closely to deliver personalised interventions and foster meaningful outcomes.

Andrew Fedorov<br />

Andrew Fedorov


NDIS Registered Behaviour Support Practitioner,
BCBA, CBA, MEd, MDisStud.

Andrew has been working in the field since 2013 as a disability support worker and accommodation team leader at the SIL houses. In 2020, he started his career as a Behaviour Support Practitioner with one of the service providers and he also worked in the early intervention as a Behaviour Therapist and Program Supervisor. Andrew completed Master’s of Education in Applied Behaviour Analysis (Monash University), Master’s in Disability Studies (The University of Newcastle), and Bachelor’s in Social Pedagogy and Psychology in Europe. Andrew is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA), Certified Behaviour Analyst (CBA) and NDIS registered Behaviour Support Practitioner. He is also supervising new practitioners working towards the higher levels of NDIS registration. Andrew works with the NDIS participants from the different age groups, including children and adults with problem behaviours and various disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, ID and dual diagnosis.

Ready to embark on a journey towards empowerment? Contact us today to explore personalised behavior support services

Amanda McIntyre<br />

Amanda McIntyre


NDIS Registered Behaviour Support Practitioner,
CBA, M.Ed (ABA), BA-Psych (Hons).

Amanda McIntyre is a registered NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner and Certified Behaviour Analyst (CBA) with the background in Applied Behaviour Analysis and Psychology. In 2021, she started in the field as a Behaviour Therapist with one of the early intervention service providers and progressed to a Program Supervisor. Amanda primarily works with young people and adults with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, intellectual disabilities, developmental delays and various behaviours of concern. She is involved in the development and implementation of evidence-based positive behaviour support interventions, personal independence skills development, functional communication and carer training. Amanda completed her Masters of Education in Applied Behaviour Analysis (Monash University) and Bachelors of Psychological Sciences (Honours) (Swinburne University). 

Alicia Simonov


M.Ed (ABA), GradDipPsyc, BTeach (EC&Prim)(Hons).

Alicia Simonovich is a registered NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner, Program Supervisor and Teacher whose work is focused on person-centered intervention and support. Alicia holds a Masters Degree in Education (Applied Behaviour Analysis), a Graduate Diploma of Psychology and a Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood and Primary (Honors). Alicia has practiced across home, community, school and clinic based settings and within multidisciplinary teams. She provides extensive experience in developing direct interventions, individualised support strategies, assessment and strength based approaches which aid the development of learning across the lifespan focusing on areas such as complex and challenging behaviours, functional communication, social interactions and adaptive life skills. Alicia has expertise in supporting individuals and families with diverse communication, learning and behaviour needs, providing services using effective and evidence-based approaches which protect the rights of the individual and aim to use the least restrictive practice.