Triple P: We’ll Get Through This -Together!
We’re in a complicated and uncertain time, and we understand that right now, more than ever, parents and families need support. Triple P is working to set up ways to safely deliver the various kinds of Triple P – Positive Parenting Program that would normally happen face-to-face (either individually or in small groups), including for parents of young children, parents of teens and parents who have children with disabilities. In the meantime, you can:
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Start Triple P Online with specific tips and strategies to help get through this crisis
o $79.95 or contact Triple P in Elkhart County for a free code (info below)
· Contact Triple P: firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (574) 226-0160.
CURRENT HIGHLIGHTS for Parents: Triple P Recording from Facebook Live on How to Support E-Learning:
In this recording from Facebook Live, Triple P – Positive Parenting Program – practitioner Anna Sawatzky shares some Triple P tips on managing e-learning.
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Tools from The SOURCE:
Triple P is an evidence-based parenting support curriculum that focuses on equipping parents and caregivers with effective strategies to address a multitude of parenting issues and challenges for children up to age 16, including children with developmental disabilities. Developed by a professor at the University of Queensland in Australia more than four decades ago, Triple P has helped approximately 4 million children and their families. It is used in more than 25 countries and has been translated into 21 languages other than English. More than 980 trials, studies and published papers, including more than 335 evaluation papers, 172 of which are randomized controlled trials, conducted throughout the world show Triple P works across cultures, socio-economic groups and family structures.