Triple P Positive Parenting Program

Triple P is a parenting and family support system designed to prevent, as well as treat behavioural and emotional problems in children and teenagers. 


It aims to prevent problems in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential. 


Triple P draws on social learning, cognitive behavioural and developmental theory as well as research into risk factors associated with the development of social and behavior problems in children. 


It aims to equip parents with the skills and confidence they need to be self-sufficient and to be able to manage family issues without ongoing support. 


Triple P is delivered to parents/caregivers of children up to age 16, with a specific program designed for parents who have a child with a disability. Triple P has a program available to meet the needs of every parent.


For more information:

Visit: www.triplep-parenting.ca

On Facebook: Triple P - Positive Parenting Program Yorkton & Area

Email: jamie.devos@signyorkton.ca

Telephone: (306) 783-3080 or (306) 621-3084

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Winter 2019-2020 programs

SIGN Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) continues to expand its programs to communities in east-central Saskatchewan. 


Please note:

Group programs generally consist of eight sessions, five of which are group meetings and three of which are individual meetings conducted by phone. Parents/caregivers must commit to participating in all weekly sessions. 

Discussion groups consist of a series of meetings. Parents/caregivers may choose which one(s) to attend.


The following programs are coming up this winter. Please download the posters below (in PDF) for location and registration details.

Sturgis

Triple P Discussion Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under). 

  • Managing Fighting and Aggression on Wednesday, November 13;
  • Hassle-Free Shopping with Children on Wednesday, November 27.

Day Star First Nation:

Triple P Discussion Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under). 

  • Developing A Good Bedtime Routine on Wednesday, November 27; 
  • Hassle-Free Shopping with Children on Wednesday, December 11.

 

Triple P Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under) starts January 14, 2020. Details and poster to come.

Cowessess First Nation:

Triple P Teen Group (for parents/caregivers of youth ages 10 to 16) start January 9, 2020. Details and poster to come.

Peepeekisis First Nation:

Triple P Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under) start January 9, 2020. Details and poster to come.

Yorkton

Triple P Teen Discussion Group (for parents/caregivers of youth ages 10 to 16).

  • Building Teenagers Survivial Skills on November 25;
  • Reducing Family Conflict on December 4.

Stepping Stones Group (for parents who have a child with a disability) starts January 13, 2020; 

Triple P Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under) start January 22, 2020; 

Triple P Teen Group (for parents/caregivers of youth ages 10 to 16) starts January 22, 2020.

Churchbridge

Triple P Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under) starts January 14, 2020.

Kelvington:

Triple P Discussion Group (for parents/caregivers of children age 10 and under) will be held in January and February. Details and poster to come.

To come

Also coming soon, Triple P sessions at Pasqua First Nation and Ochapowace First Nation.


A new Triple P program is coming in April, called Pathways. It is specifically designed for parents who have difficulty regulating their emotions and are considered at risk of physically or emotionally harming their children, or may have already done so. Participation in this program will be by referral. 


Programs were conducted this fall in Whitewood, Esterhazy, Melville and Fort Qu'Appelle.