Triple P Positive Parenting Program
|Name||Triple P Positive Parenting Program|
At-risk or vulnerable
|CfC Objective||Supporting Families and Parents|
|Organisation||Triple P, University of Queensland|
|Description||An education program designed for a wide variety of parents and carers of children with different needs and diverse socio-economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.|
|Delivered to||Parents and carers of children aged 0-6. Specialist programs for parents and carers of pre-schoolers with a disability or emotional disorder, parents and carers of children at risk of child maltreatment, and indigenous parents and carers.|
|Delivered by||Trained facilitators.|
|Program Structure||There are five levels of the program with varying structures. Consult the Triple P website for more details www.triplep.net/glo-en/home|
|Training||Training course required. Triple P Provider training courses vary in length depending on the level. Consult the Triple P website for details www.triplep.net/glo-en/getting-started-with-triple-p/training-for-individuals/open-enrolment-calendar/australia-new-zealand/|
|Cost||Cost varies according to level of program training undertaken. Consult Triple P for further details.|
|Contact||Phone: (07) 3236 1212|
|Evaluation and effectiveness|
Multiple RCTs have been conducted. The program is associated with significant improvements in children's externalising and internalising behaviours; lower incidence of negative behaviour in children with developmental disabilities; significant improvements in the mental health of parents; and improvements in parental competence and skills.
The program was also found to be beneficial as a primary prevention/early intervention program for pre-school children, indigenous children, and children at risk of maltreatment.