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RPM3 Summary

NICHD

Remember...

By including the RPM3 guidelines in your day-to-day parenting activities, you can become a more successful parent. RPM3 means:

  • Responding to your child in an appropriate manner
  • Preventing risky behavior or problems before they arise
  • Monitoring your child's contact with his or her surroundings
  • Mentoring your child to support and encourage desired behaviors
  • Modeling your own behavior to provide a consistent, positive example for your child

Being a more effective, consistent, active, and attentive parent is a choice that only you can make. Enjoy your adventure!

 




Contact Information

Sarah Dinklage, LICSW
Executive Director

sdinklage@risas.org

Charles Cudworth, MA
Director, SAS

ccudworth@risas.org

Leigh Reposa, MSW, LICSW
Program Manager
lreposa@risas.org

Colleen Judge, LMHC                  Manager, SAS
cjudge@risas.org 

Kathleen Sullivan
Manager, Community Prevention
ksullivan@risas.org


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