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Group Training for families of children with disabilities

Group Stepping Stones Triple P is a nine-week evidence-based, globally recognized program for parents of children with a disability and disruptive behavior [that includes six weeks of on-site face-to-face meetings and three weeks of phone consultations]. Parents interested in learning a wide range of parenting skills to promote child development and manage mild to moderate challenging behaviors benefit from the program. The program is designed to prevent problem behaviors by showing parents strategies to teach their child new skills and focus on developing positive relationships.

What does the program consist of?

  • Six in-person group sessions (2 ½ hours each)
  • Three individual telephone consultations (15-30 minutes each)
  • Two written family assessments completed on your own before and after program (about 90 minutes each)

Who should participate?

Parents of a child with a disability aged 2-12 and with disruptive behavior. Parents willing, and able, to participate in ALL face to face group sessions, phone consultations and family assessments before and after program.

When is the program?

The program will start Tuesday July 30th from 3pm-5:30pm in Big Chimney just north of Charleston, WV. Subsequent day/time/location to be determined based on parent availability.

How do I sign up?

This program is offered at no charge to families. Submit the interest form below by July 16, 2019. After submitting, a staff member will contact you to gather additional information. Space is limited, but additional course sessions will follow.

Family to Family is funded through a grant with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Maternal and Child Health Bureau under grant number H84MC31692 and the Positive Behavior Support Program is funded through a grant with the WV Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Behavioral Health.

Triple P takes the guesswork out of parenting. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.triplep.net/.