Triple P or the Positive Parenting Program is an intervention with a public health orientation, designed to be delivered by professionals and paraprofessionals, within service settings and at levels of intensity that are matched to each family's individual needs. Triple P is designed for parents of children ages 0-12, but program variants are also available for parents of teens, families at risk for child abuse and neglect, and families of children with developmental disabilities. In addition, Triple P is a multi-level intervention which is designed to address a range of different types of issues parents and caregivers may have with their child(ren). These levels range from a "Universal" intervention based on media strategies to an intensive "Enhanced" program for families whose parenting is complicated by sources of family distress or for parents at risk for child maltreatment.
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