11 April 2017
Australian report highlights Triple P's cost-effectiveness as evidence for public-health approach to family services
A report by Australia’s Deakin University researchers uses the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program’s cost-effectiveness to highlight the value of a public-health approach to family-based prevention and early intervention services.
25 January 2017
REACHING TIME-POOR FAMILIES: POSITIVE RESULTS FOR 1-DAY GROUP TRIPLE P
A new evaluation of Group Triple P presented as a one-day session, rather than as a series over several weeks, has shown that the adapted all-day format still results in improved scores for child behavior, parenting style, and parental depression, stress and anxiety levels.
06 December 2016
TRIPLE P LAUNCHES IN CORDOBA- ARGENTINA
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is now available in the Province of Cordoba- Argentina as part of a government project to support families and help them cope with the emotional, social and behavioral issues that come with raising children.
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.