Now offered in Brown and Oconto Counties
What Triple P Teaches
The Triple P program is built on five principles of positive parenting:
- Ensuring a safe, interesting environment
- Creating a positive learning environment
- Using assertive discipline
- Having realistic expectations
- Taking care of yourself as a parent
Triple P offers parenting information and tips in four main areas:
- Developing positive relationships
- Encouraging desirable behavior
- Teaching children new behaviors and skills
- Managing misbehavior
Triple P is a Positive Parenting Program
- Evidence based
- Helps Build Parent and Child Bonds
- Supporting Parents Helps Our Community
This parenting program won’t tell you how to parent. It will offer simple clear ideas to help you manage problem behaviors or prevent them from starting. Gain parenting confidence and see results!
Every family is different but we have similar obstacles. You will walk away with a toolbox of strategies that will bring results for your family.
Program offered in one-time seminars or more intensive multi-session groups
Various dates and times to meet your schedule
Seminars: Each seminar is 1.5 hours long and delivered in small or large groups. Seminars provide an introductory orientation to parents and professionals that provide a brief overview of the key concepts and strategies used in Triple P.
Triple P offers 3 different seminars:
- The Power of Positive Parenting
- Raising Confident, Competent Children
- Raising Resilient Children, Managing Process Issues, and Getting Started
Group: This 8-week class includes 5 group sessions (2 hour) with 3 phone consultations for additional one-on–one support.
Standard: Triple P offers one-on-one support in the home for parents who may be struggling with moderate to severe behavioral problems. Parents can receive up to 10-15 individualized visits for additional parental support.
Learn more by calling us at 920-432-8899 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
5 SIMPLE STEPS TO POSITIVE PARENTING
- Create a safe, interesting environment: A safe home with interesting things to do will help keep your child active, ready to explore, and encourages the development of new skills.
- Have a positive learning environment: A supportive, nurturing home where children’s efforts are acknowledged and they receive praise and attention will encourage good behavior.
- Use assertive discipline: Setting clear ground rules that are consistently enforced in a calm and predictable way will help reduce misbehavior and encourage good behavior.
- Have realistic expectations: Every child is different and nobody is perfect – positive parenting strategies work best when you have fair and realistic expectations of your child and yourself.
- Take care of yourself as a parent: Parenting is so much easier when you make time for yourself. Getting your own needs met will help you feel more patient and calm when your child needs you.
Triple P Partners:
Triple P- Positive Parenting Program is supported in part by the Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board (Prevention Board). Twenty percent of the Prevention Board’s funding is from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families (Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grant). Points of view expressed do not necessarily represent the official positions of the financial sponsors.