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Triple P Positive Parenting Program

When it comes to raising kids and teenagers, everyone has an opinion. There are so many ideas out there. So how do you know what’s best and what works?

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program takes the guesswork out of parenting. It is one of the few parenting programs in the world with evidence to show it works for most families.

Triple P doesn’t tell you how to be a parent.  It offers clear and simple ideas to help you manage problem behavior or prevent problems from developing in the first place. You’ll become more confident about your parenting skills and also learn how to take care of yourself as a parent.

PARENTING POWER CLASSES START MARCH 29TH!

“Raising Resilient Children, ” a free parenting workshop presented by Early Choices, will be held March 29th, 10 AM to 12 PM at the Early County Family Connection Office. The workshop features two primary areas of focus: raising resilient children and taking care of yourself as a parent at the same time, which is no easy feat! The facilitators will present practical ideas regarding how to handle real-life situations – such as what to do when your child throws a tantrum in the grocery store; if you’re a parent, you’ve been there!

Early Choices encourages all parents, grandparents and guardians to join us! All parents can use extra tips and encouragement; our workshops offer and opportunity to ban together and help each other out. Call your friends and make it an outing – you’ll have fun and come away with some great insights too.

Our parenting initiative for 2017 will include a series of Facebook Live events, guest “Mommy/Daddy Bloggers” from across the country giving aid and inspiration, and local parents sharing their experiences; as well as several more in person classes. Our first Facebook Live class is schedule for April 11 at 12:15 and will last about 15 minutes, perfect for a lunchtime break – be on the lookout for more details!

Refreshments will be provided and participants can register for a door prize away. To RSVP for the March 29th class, call (229) 723.5122 or (229) 357.1551.


Using the following strategies we are working to affect change:

  • Raise happy, confident kids

  • Set family routines & rules

  • Balance work & family

  • Manage kids’ behavior

Parents say…

“I’m happier. The children are happier.”

“Thank you for giving me other ways to deal with problem behavior instead of screaming at the kids and getting nowhere.”

“Has helped my husband and I work together, treating the kids the same way.”

When it comes to raising kids and teenagers, everyone has an opinion. There are so many ideas out there. So how do you know what’s best and what works?

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program takes the guesswork out of parenting. It is one of the few parenting programs in the world with evidence to show it works for most families.

Triple P doesn’t tell you how to be a parent.  It offers clear and simple ideas to help you manage problem behavior or prevent problems from developing in the first place. You’ll become more confident about your parenting skills and also learn how to take care of yourself as a parent.

How do I do Triple P?

The great thing is that Triple P is not one-size-fits-all.  YOU choose how much positive parenting help you need and how you get it.  Group support sessions, one on one consultations, public talks, or workshops are all offered. For more information on Triple P and how to get started, please call us at (229)723-5122.


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If You Would Like More Information About Our Parenting Classes and One on One Sessions, Please Contact Us:

info@earlychoices.org

(229)723-5122

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This project was supported in part by the Georgia Department of Human Services – Division of Family and Children Services (DHS- DFCS) and from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (CFDA 93.558).
Points of view or opinions stated in this document are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the DHS-DFCS or from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (CFDA 93.558).

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