Parents’ views regarding the implementation of knowledge and skills acquired in parenting skills training
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Prevention and early-intervention programmes that promote and assist parents in acquiring the skills and knowledge required to parent children effectively, with or without behavioural issues are a crucial to childcare. The Children’s Act, Act 38 of 2005, as well as the South African Constitution declare that the needs of a child are important; therefore, when the parents are equipped with adequate knowledge and skills, prevention of a family breakdown could be achieved. This current research study, therefore, involves an exploration of the experiences of parents, who had participated in parental intervention strategies, in the form of positive parenting skills training.
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