Make parenting easier, less stressful, and more fun. Triple P is the flexible, practical way to develop skills, strategies and confidence to handle any parenting situation. It’s backed by decades of research, and it’s already helped more than 4 million children—and their parents—worldwide.
We offer Triple P parenting seminars on-site and at locations throughout Cook County. The program includes three 90-minute sessions covering the principles of positive parenting and specific age- and developmentally appropriate insights and action steps.
Sessions are offered for:
- Parents and caregivers of children ages 0-12
- Parents and caregivers of children with special needs ages 2-12
- Parents and caregivers of teenagers ages 12-16
Many families contend with very difficult and stressful circumstances. Find the help and support you need by visiting our Parent Resource Room at the Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center. You’ll find Triple P parenting seminars held onsite as well as resources to tackle other family challenges*. Our on-site social worker is here to help families understand what resources are available and how to access them.
*including but not limited to food insecurity, homelessness, tax preparation, special education advocacy, job training, domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance abuse treatment, and mental health concerns
Imaginative play is crucial to brain development. Toys give children outlets for their imaginations and opportunities to build motor skills. They are just as important as books for developing intellectual skills and can help parents facilitate positive language skills. Visit our Toy Library and borrow age-and-stage appropriate toys for free to take home.
It truly takes a village—we understand that. Join us on Facebook to meet other parents and caregivers, connect with resources in your community, and tap into valuable advice and support.
At Parenting Ace, we’re committed to changing the public perception that parents don’t need to ask for or receive help to improve our skills. Let’s stop pretending that all parenting comes naturally. The goal of our Parenting Awareness Campaign is to remove the stigma from parent education. In admitting we could all benefit, we open the door for true societal change.