STRIDE Behaviour's article published in New Zealand's Principals Today Magazine
STRIDE Behaviour has post graduate, tertiary knowledge and qualification in Autism Spectrum Conditions (University of Melbourne).
STRIDE Behaviour will share a range of instructional practices and strategies that cater for the diverse range of learning and behavioural needs of students on the Autism Spectrum.
STRIDE Behaviour is able to guide and deliver positive insights and further understanding into Autism Spectrum. This includes strategies for enhancing and developing social and communication skills.
STRIDE Behaviour values and shares Autism Interventions and knowledge that is evidence based.
STRIDE Behaviour aims to develop teacher skills and capacity when working with students on the Autism Spectrum.
Positive and constructive Autism Spectrum interventions and supports can be initiated and implemented, resulting in more enhanced, effective and united practice and perspectives, around Autism Spectrum.