08 November 2016
INDONESIAN EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS RETURN HOME AS TRIPLE P PROVIDERS
The Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture will soon be offering Triple P Seminars to parents in eight regions throughout the country.
17 October 2016
TRIPLE P INVITED TO THE WHITE HOUSE
Triple P America has been invited to showcase the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program at the White House today as part of the President’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Initiative.
29 September 2016
NEW RESULTS: TRIPLE P ONLINE IMPROVES ADHD SYMPTOMS
A New Zealand trial has found Triple P Online is the first online parenting program to improve children’s ADHD symptoms and reduce parental stress.
23 September 2016
Triple P with home visits helps disadvantaged kids at school
An extensive European trial has shown that incorporating Triple P into a home visiting program can reduce inequality, by improving children’s cognitive development, attention control, motor skills and social skills.
24 August 2016
DENMARK’S FIRST TRIPLE P TRAINING TO SUPPORT PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH A DISABILITY
Danish parents of children with a disability will soon be the first in their country to get Triple P positive parenting support, with the first provider training in the country now underway in Copenhagen.
27 July 2016
Mexico is latest Latin American country to introduce Triple P
Triple P is now supporting families in three Latin American countries, with Mexico joining Costa Rica and Chile as providers of the program.
14 July 2016
Changing face of parenting in mainland China: Group Triple P shows positive results in first-ever trial
Group Triple P has been found to have positive effects for families concerned about their child’s academic performance, in the first randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a western-developed parenting program in mainland China.
20 June 2016
Fly-in, fly-out working parents' absence affects partner's mental health and family discipline, new research finds.
Partners of fly-in, fly-out (FIFO)/commuting workers are under more emotional stress than other parents and may be more likely to use harsh discipline with their children, new research shows.