Check out the Independent External Evaluations below
Fullpower Healthy Relationships
Several Independent evaluations found that the programme was of high quality, easy to follow and enjoyable for students.
- Educators and parents liked the easy application
- Consistent behaviour change was achieved
- It is appropriate to New Zealand and Pacific cultures
- A real need is met
- It worked for people with autism
For the full reports, see
- SAMS Research Report, July 2015
- SAMS Research Report, May 2013
- SAMS Research Report, January 2012
- Impact Research Report, January 2011
- Clarity Research Report, December 2009
- Report on Trial with Autistic Youth & Families
Kidpower NZ was independently evaluated in the Children and Youth Services Review, 2014, 44.
They found that our intervention uses best practices in risk-reduction and prevention, participation predicted greater increases in safety knowledge across domains, safety knowledge increases were generally maintained at both post-tests, and both students and teachers reported the program to be successful and helpful!
This success is based on the carefully developed, Safety Through ‘Skills First’ Approach, strength-based, step-by-step Kidpower Positive Practice™ teaching method and approach used since 1987.