Triple P - The Power of Positive Parenting
For parents/carers/grandparents with children aged 3-8 years who are living with them all or part time. There is no such thing as 'one size fits all' when it comes to parenting. Triple P is an approach to parenting that emphasises the positive.
Triple P can help you:
Encourage behaviour you would like from your child
Deal consistently and decisively with problem behaviour
Take the stress out of parenting
Triple P Stepping Stones Seminars
For parents/carers with children with a disability who are aged from 3-8 years.
Supermarket meltdowns? Mealtime tantrums? Bedtime battles?
When you’re the parent or caregiver of a child with a disability, sometimes life can be extra challenging.
Stepping Stones Triple P gives you:
Tips and strategies to manage the big and small problems of family life
Tips on how to encourage behaviour you like
Information on how to teach your child new skills
Circle of Security
A Relationship Based Parenting Program. “Creating a more secure relationship with your child”
Focusing on how parent/child relationships can be strengthened, this unique approach teaches parents, and those helping them, new ways to understand children’ needs and behaviour and how to respond to these needs and be Bigger, Stronger, Wiser and Kinder Parents.
The relationship between children and their parents/caregivers plays a key role in promoting growth and development across all stages of their lives for parents and caregivers with children aged from 0—12 years old.
Circle of security assists parents to look beyond their child's behavior and focuses on relationships that support children to feel secure in the world.
Bringing Up Great Kids
The “Bringing Up Great Kids” program” uses ideas of mindfulness and reflection to support parents to review and enhance their interaction and connection with their children.
Through the program parents of 0-12 year olds will explore:
The origin of their own parenting style
Important messages that children communicate to their parents and how they do this
The importance of building self-esteem in children
Ways for carers/parents to take care of themselves and to find support when they need it
For information on all parenting programs run in your local area please see Resourcing Parents.
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