Tasmania: DHHS Provides A Free Evidence-Based Platform with Best-Practice Intervention Tools

Today, 1 in 63 children will be diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (according to A4 2015).
For the past two years, the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services has been supporting schools and families in behaviour management and skill development with the world’s leading evidence-based platform Rethink.

Rethink provides a free on-line solution that helps teachers:

  • Develop custom learning curriculum (aligned to Australian Curriculum)

  • Monitor and track student progress

  • Access on-line behaviour intervention techniques

  • Download valuable classroom materials

  • Access ongoing professional development

  • Engage children in learning through an activity centre


Plus, Rethink helps parents and educators work collaboratively while reinforcing the lessons and positive behaviours student’s learn in the classroom and at home.

See the attached flier for contact information.

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