The Stepping Stones Triple P Project

The Stepping Stones Triple P Project is a five-year project funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council to examine the effectiveness of Stepping Stones in reducing behavioural and emotional problems in children with a disability across a population. It brings together researchers from The University of Queensland, the University of Sydney and Monash University.


As part of the project, families with children aged 2–12 with a disability or developmental delay in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales will have free access to selected levels of Triple P's Stepping Stones parenting program.


Free parenting support is currently available in New South Wales. The free support phase of the Stepping Stones Triple P Project has concluded in Queensland and Victoria.


For more information about the SSTP Project and how you can be involved please contact the research team in your state.


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