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Baby Healthy Living – Triple P project

Babies learn from watching their parents since the day they are born. This is why in infancy, parents have a wonderful opportunity to set healthy habits for their children that could last a lifetime and to respond successfully to the challenges they face in raising healthy babies.

Baby Healthy Living is a new 2-hour discussion group of the successful Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, offering parents practical ideas and support in using healthy feeding practices and positive habits to give their babies the best start in life.

For a limited time only, Brisbane based parents of 4-18 months old babies are able to access Positive Parenting for Baby Healthy Living – Triple P free of charge as part of a University of Queensland research project. Find out if you are eligible now! Visit our website:

Or for more information please contact Agnes on (07) 3346 7689, email at a.gelmini@uq.edu.au.

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