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Building Parental Capacity

Core Component

Parents/carers can be supported via parenting education, coaching and modelling sessions, focusing on topics such as child development and needs, child behaviour management strategies, and practical advice about routines. Sessions are also intended to develop parents’ general living skills to increase their parental capacity and ability to manage other aspects of their lives.

Flexible activities include:

Activities to improve parenting capacity are often delivered using service providers trained in a specific curriculum or program. Delivery is mainly via home visiting and parenting classes.

Last updated:

17 Feb 2023

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