29 February 2016
FOCUS ON IDEAS AT WORLD CONFERENCE
The 2016 Helping Families Change Conference, held in Canada this year, featured a keynote speech by Triple P founder Professor Matt Sanders, who stressed the need for evidence-based parenting programs to continue to evolve.
12 January 2016
Science supports UK Prime Minister’s announcement of help for families
Prime Minister David Cameron’s plans to support all UK families with access to parenting programs is backed by overwhelming evidence that parenting programs can help families shape their children’s lives for the better.
17 November 2015
Jewish Family Service's Triple P rollout delivers outstanding results in San Diego
A creative and dedicated implementation of Triple P has delivered outstanding results in at-risk, low socio-economic, Spanish-speaking communities in San Diego.
10 July 2015
Bringing Triple P back home
An estimated extra 140,000 parents and carers across the state of Queensland, Australia – the birthplace of Triple P – will now be able to access free Triple P support thanks to a $6.6 million rollout.
08 June 2015
Triple P lands in South Africa
Triple P has now arrived in South Africa, with 18 newly-trained practitioners about to be the first in the country to deliver Triple P to parents.
09 April 2015
Independent review shows Triple P program helps children with disabilities
Independent researchers have named Stepping Stones Triple P as a program that can help parents of children with a disability manage their child’s behaviour and aggression.
11 March 2015
Californian county documents its Triple P success
Five years after first introducing Triple P, the county of Santa Cruz has clear evidence of the program’s success – particularly with fathers, Latino families and other hard-to-reach groups.
25 February 2015
World parenting experts inspired in Amsterdam
Parenting experts from 20 countries are gathering in Amsterdam this week, and are being inspired by fresh ideas about family support possibilities and the latest results and research into Triple P use.