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.
27 May 2016
First 5 Santa Cruz County translates Triple P population trial to real-world setting
A five-year report into a population-level rollout of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program suggests Triple P has helped in the quest to reduce rates of child abuse and neglect in Santa Cruz County, California.
20 May 2016
Triple P reduces childhood anxiety, researchers find.
The Triple P -- Positive Parenting Program can reduce clinical levels of anxiety in children, new Turkish research has shown.
28 April 2016
FIGHT POVERTY? US PEDIATRICIANS SAY PARENTING PROGRAMS HELP
The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended that evidence-based parenting programs, including Triple P, be integrated into services provided by US medical practices, as a means of reducing the toxic effects of childhood poverty.