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Triple P
1 What is Triple P?
1.1 enhancing the knowledge, skills, and confidence of parents in order to prevent behavioral, emotional, and developmental problems in children
1.2 parents of children btw 0-16
1.3 5 levels of intervention
1.4 targets the social context that influence parents

Annotations:

  • mass media, primary health care services, child care and school system, work sites, religious organizations, the broader political system
2 Structure
2.1 5 levels
2.1.1 low to high intensity
2.1.2 flexible delivery method

Annotations:

  • practitioner; population, group, 1-1, telephone, online, parental choice
2.2 17 strategies
3 Theoretical models
3.1 Principles of positive parenting
3.1.1 Safe and engaging environment
3.1.2 Positive learning environment
3.1.3 Assertive discipline
3.1.4 Realistic expectations
3.1.5 Parental safe care
3.2 Mechanisms of self-regulation

Annotations:

  • Karoly (1993)
4 Outcome Aim
4.1 Development of an indivual's capacity of self-regulation

Annotations:

  • -in regard to parenting and family relationships; -taught skills to change their behaviour & become independant problem solvers
4.1.1 promoting self-sufficiency

Annotations:

  • parents become independant, less relient on others in carrying out their parenting responsibilities
4.1.2 increasing parental self-efficacy

Annotations:

  • confidence in daily parenting tasks
4.1.3 using self-managment tools

Annotations:

  • -self-monitoring, -self-determination of performance goals and standards, self-selection of parenting strategies; -self-evaluation; -enable them to change their parenting practice, to become self-efficient.
4.1.4 promoting personal agency
4.1.5 promoting problem solving

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