Triple P - Ages 1 - 10

One of the great things about Triple P is that it only gives you the amount of help you really need.

You choose the amount of support you want. And you can be confident that Triple P works.

It has more than 30 years ongoing scientific research to back it up and is now used in 25 countries

around the world. You can learn more about the program by clicking here. It's worth a try!


To sign up for anything listed, click on the words in Bold Print.

All programs and materials are provided at No Cost! 

Triple P for 0-11yr-olds is partially funded by Smart Start Rowan



Seminars are 1-hour long. There are 3 topics:

  • Raising Confident, Competent Children


  • Raising Resilient Children 

Individuals may schedule a Virtual Personal Seminar at any time. Any organization in the county may schedule 1,

2, or all 3 seminars to be presented at your facility. Scheduling is flexible but done on a first-come, first-served basis.

What Participants Say:

"I learned so much in this one hour, I can't believe it!" (Parent at Morgan Elementary School presentation)

"I would recommend more parents learn from this program" (Individual presentation, 8/2021)


Workshops are an hour-and-a-half on 5 of the most common issues and situations that parents

around the world want support with:  


  • Dealing with Disobedience    


  • Managing Fighting and Aggression

  • Bedtime Routines

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  • Mealtimes

A Series is scheduled for between 2/23/22 and 3/22/22! See the Upcoming Sessions tab for details.

These can also be scheduled for Individuals virtually on-demand,  and In-person for groups occasionally.

Look for listings in the Salisbury Post Community Calendar of Events, or on our Facebook page.


Individual sessions meet virtually or by phone, once a week, for 3 or 4 weeks.

       You will get Personalized Attention for the specific behavior/s of your concern to:

  •    learn typical reasons misbehaviors occur,

  •    choose from among several ways to prevent them, then

  •    decide on some strategies for handling the behaviors if they still occur


Plan on spending about 1 hour at the first meeting, 45 minutes for the second, then just

15-20 minutes for the third and fourth get-togethers. Virtual or In-Person Sessions are scheduled

on demand, as needed. 

Common topics for Individual sessions include: (Not a complete list)

Tantrums/Falling Out           Disrespect, Back-talk

Ignoring instructions            Biting or Hitting

Not doing homework           Bedtime troubles

Interrupting                           Too Excited about Visitors

Mealtime troubles                Fears


1-Hour Seminars

Get Just the Basics of Triple P ; you want to know what it's all about in a nutshell

Personal Support

The behavior you're seeing isn't one of the 4 Workshop topics but you only need a little help

1.5hr Workshops

You want ideas on how to handle a specific difficult behavior in just 1 session

Full Course

You're seeing several difficult behaviors and want to know  all you can before you lose it


Group classes last a total of 8 weeks, meeting for 2 hours once a week for 4 consecutive weeks.


                         What you’ll learn:

Class 1: common reasons children misbehave,

Class 2: improving relationships, getting more good behaviors,

Class 3: strategies to manage problem behaviors, and

Class 4: putting it all together to prevent problems in situations you find difficult, self-care

These are followed by 3 weekly 15-20 check-in phone calls, and 1 final class to help you see

how to mix-and-match strategies for any occasion.


New VIRTUAL and In-Person group classes begin in January, April, July, and October each year.

Let us know whether you need a morning, afternoon, or evening time slot.

Triple P's Online Course is also Free, for those who need to get the information at odd hours, or privately,

or who want all of the strategies but prefer not to wait for the next Group Classes.




 Comprehensive Health Information (from DrugWatch)

How Much Sleep is Enough? (Sleep Foundation)

iChill - Strategies for Calming our Kids and Ourselves (Trauma Resource Institute)

Gun Safety (

SmartPhone Issues (The Social Institute)

Common Sense Media: Age-Based guides


For 18 Month - 3yr-olds  (Harvard Center on the Developing Child)

For Birth - 5yrs old  (Twombly & Fink)

For Birth - 5yrs-old  (Smart Start Rowan: Imagination Library, Kaleidoscope, Toy Lending Library)

Pre-K to Grade 5: Literacy at Home activities (NCDPI)

For 2 - 8yr-olds  (PBS Daily Activities Newsletter)

For 3 - 5yr-olds  (Harvard Center on the Developing Child)

For 5 - 7yr-olds  (Harvard Center on the Developing Child)

For 7 - 12yr-olds  (Harvard Center on the Developing Child)

87 Energy-Busting Indoor Games  (

Weekly LIVE Triple P Tips, Thursdays at 12:30 via Zoom, use password 178592  (Mecklenburg Health Department)

Safe Online Surfing Guide for 3rd-8th Graders  (FBI)

Teaching Kids about Money Management

Parents' Guide to Child Autism (elemy)


COVID-19 Family Survival Guide (Defending the Early Years: Tips, Tricks, & Activities)

Coronavirus Bag of Tricks  (

Tips for Parents  (First Things First)

Strategies for Working at Home with Kids (Psychology Today)

Couples: Too Much Togetherness? (CNN) 

Talking with Kids about What's Going On (PBS)

Elmo's Dad Understands (Sesame Street)

Parents' Guide to Helping Children Cope with COVID-19 (Yale Child Study Center) 

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