Under the social program dubbed Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program, the Canadian government through the Public Health Agency in collaboration of the provincial departments of health reaches to parents with an aim of offering support to the family. According to the principles of the program, parents’ role of taking care of the children social and physical health is acknowledged and support provided thereon so that the impact trickles down to the society. The prime goal of the parenting program is an enhancement of the capacity that parents have towards meeting their role of offering care for their children. The program teaches among other things the importance of instilling discipline to the children while they are still young. The authors state that active participation of parents in instilling discipline to their children was successful under the program hence point at the success of the program.
The society stands to develop if the parents changed the intervention of discipline issues that their children get trained in. Empowering parents and the families, therefore, trickles the impacts down to the society which benefits by having disciplined individuals. Interactions skills that parents and their children ought to apply for a healthy society are also taught under the program. Family Resource Centres.
Charchun, J. & Skrypnek, B. J. (2009) “An Evaluation of the Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program.” Ottawa, ON: Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs
FRP Canada (2010) “Online Evaluation of for Family Resource Programs.” Ottawa, ON: Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs
Hetherington, K., MacAulay, J. & Mann, B. (2010) “Support for New Immigrant Families- Challenges and Opportunities.” Perspectives, 3:3-32
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