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Parent Program resources

Parents are supported with materials including a workbook and booklets that accompany each module of the course. Depending on your circumstances, your practitioner may also provide you with supplementary materials and contact details of local and national organisations that can provide you with ongoing assistance.

  • Introduction booklet
  • Module 1 – Measuring your child's behaviour
  • Module 2 – Systematic use of daily interactions
    Module 3 – Replacing difficult behaviour with useful behaviour
  • Module 4 – Planning for better behaviour
  • Module 5 – Developing more skills in your child
  • Your family as a team
  • Dealing with stress in the family
  • Workbook
  • Parent program DVD

Read more about the range of program materials in the facilitator section of this website.

The Right Signs

The Right Signs booklet presents new research confirming that prevention is the key to managing difficult behaviours associated with children aged 3-16 with a developmental delay or an intellectual disability. These findings are based on the learnings from the Victoria-wide rollout of Signposts for building better behaviour 2005-2007. The booklet describes the background to the project, along with parent stories and key findings.

Download The Right Signs.

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