25 October 2013
New award for Triple P Online Community
A social network that delivers the University of Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program has won a major national learning award, its second technological award this year.
25 October 2013
Triple P in South Africa
The University of South Africa’s Tirisano Centre plans to head up research into the effectiveness of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program in the City of Tshwane.
29 August 2013
African parents welcome Triple P ideas
Parents in the slums of Africa face a daily struggle to survive but a Triple P study suggests their dreams for their children appear the same as those of parents from more affluent countries.
27 July 2013
New website for Australian parents of a child with a disability
Australian parents of a child with a disability can now register for free Triple P – Positive Parenting Program help through the Australian Stepping Stones Triple P Project.
05 July 2013
Standing room only at Triple P launch in Turkey
Triple P is now being offered to parents in Turkey, with the first positive parenting seminar series in Balçova, Izmir, attracting more than 200 parents.
20 June 2013
Australian parenting squad to help children with special needs
A squad of 160 health and education professionals will be trained across Queensland, Australia, under a new project to help improve the lives of children with special needs.
29 May 2013
Parenting interventions' effectiveness compared with ADHD medication in new study.
Parent-based training interventions show greater evidence of effectiveness for treating preschoolers at risk for ADHD than a prescribed medicine, according to a study sponsored by the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
21 February 2013
New York Times commentator calls for Triple P to be part of the violence prevention conversation
New York Times social issues commentator David Bornstein has called for parenting support in general – and Triple P in particular – to be considered as a way to prevent child abuse, gun violence and mental health issues in the United States.