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Does your child suffer asthma or eczema?

Positive Parenting for Healthy Living

Positive Parenting for Healthy Living

Every day thousands of Australian children suffer the effects of asthma and eczema, and families struggle with illness management and children's behavioural and emotional adjustment.

Positive Parenting for Healthy Living is an adaptation of the successful Triple P-Positive Parenting Program, offering practical ideas and support for parents of children suffering asthma or eczema. This innovative group program is designed to help parents manage their child's illness, assist children in coping with their illness and emotions, and prevent and manage difficult child behaviour.

Over the next few months and for a limited time only, parents of 3-10 year old children suffering asthma or eczema are able to access Positive Parenting for Healthy Living Triple P free of charge as part of a University of Queensland research project.

Please contact Dr Amy Mitchell on (07) 3365 7305 or email healthyliving@uq.edu.au or visit www.exp.psy.uq.edu.au/healthyliving for more information.

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