Raising positive kids provides a better life for them—and you
Positive parenting. Happy family.
Let’s be real—parenting is hard. When you bring that little bundle of joy home from the hospital, you have hopes and dreams for your child. You love your child more than anything. You’re probably not thinking about challenging behavior to come. But eventually, all parents encounter difficult parenting situations. But no matter your experiences, you can be positive for your children—and Family Support Partnership wants to help.
You can learn new tips and get advice to build positive relationships with your children with the Positive Parenting Program—or Triple P. Positive relationships are powerful, protective and healing forces in a child's life. Positive relationships will promote health and well-being for the rest of their lives.
Why Triple P?
When you have skills and confidence as a parent, you help your child’s growth. Positive relationships affect your child’s development:
- Social, emotional and physical wellbeing.
Triple P is one of the leading parenting interventions in the world, according to the United Nations. Based on more than 30 years of ongoing research, Triple P’s practical strategies help you:
- Strengthen family relationships.
- Teach your child better coping skills and encourage positive behavior.
- Improve how you handle disruptive or challenging behavior.
- Take care of yourself.
Through Triple P, families learn parenting skills to make a difference in the lives of their children—now and for years to come. One participant said, "The kids are more confident and trusting, feel more secure, have learned how to express their needs better, and everyone is happier and healthier because of it!"
Gain positive parenting skills. Your child will be healthier. Your family will be healthier. Join the more than 4 million families who feel more confident and happier as parents.
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- Updated: 02/25/2020
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