- Stepping Stones Triple P – For parents of pre-adolescent children who have a disability. Stepping Stones has been shown to work with children with intellectual and physical disabilities who have disruptive behaviour. It can delivered in any of four ways – Selected Seminars, Primary Care, Group and Standard Triple P.
- Family Transitions – Individual or group sessions for parents whose separation or divorce is complicating their parenting. Uses Family Transitions DVD and parent workbook.
- Lifestyle Triple P – A ten-session group program with four telephone support calls for parents of overweight children aged from 5 to 10 years. Uses positive parenting principles and Every Parent's Survival Guide DVD to help parents promote healthier family eating and encourage physical activity. Group workbook, recipe booklet and activity games booklet provided to parents.
- Indigenous Triple P – Based on the Group Triple P course, Indigenous Triple P has been created in consultation with elders from remote and urban Indigenous communities in Queensland, Australia. It is a six-session course with a number of individual home visits or phone counselling sessions. A DVD, Positive Parenting: A Survival Guide for Indigenous Families, is presented by Inala Indigenous Health Service GP, Dr Noel Hayman.
Mothers say Stepping Stones helped sons with autism
In Australia, two mothers’ lives have changed. One no longer fears for her son’s safety. The other says her family can go on outings together for the first time. And they both credit Stepping Stones Triple P.