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The structured positive parenting program targets caregivers of the OVC and it s aimed at improving the parenting and caring capacity of caregivers.
One aspect, the Positive Parenting Program, gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them confidently manage their children's behavior, prevent problems and build strong, healthy relationships.
Friends Outside's Positive Parenting Program began in 1986, in response to concerns of women in the Santa Clara County Jail about termination of their parental rights in the absence of a court-approved parenting class.
The self-administered component of the Positive Parenting Program (Sanders, Turner, & Markie-Dadds, 2002) has been evaluated in 305 families with 3 year-old children, with demographic risk factors associated with attrition and less favorable treatment outcome such as maternal depression, marital conflict, low SES, and single parent headed household (Sanders, Markie-Dadds, Tully, & Bor, 2000).
To implement and evaluate a positive parenting program developed in partnership by the John Howard Society of Toronto and the Children's Aid Society of Toronto with a focus on reducing parental violence and child abuse.
The ministry is also expanding the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) to give parents the skills and confidence they need to parent well and address common child and adolescent social, emotional and behavioural problems.
Putt also coordinates the hospital's Triple P - Positive Parenting Program, which offers proven strategies to manage a child's behavior in caring and constructive ways.
supported the Prudential Positive Parenting program, a