Massive survey of parents begins

Published 11:00am 12 March 2024

Massive survey of parents begins
Words by Kylie Knight

Triple P Parenting has launched its biggest survey of parents in a bid to find out what they think about parenting issues facing families today.

The survey, which takes less than five minutes to complete, is open until April 2.

A Triple P Parenting spokeswoman says results will be available in late April.

“Triple P wants to know what parents and carers think about some of today’s big parenting issues, such as the cost-of-living impact, online safety, bullying and behaviour,” she says.

“This is a fantastic opportunity to hear what matters to parents and carers in Australia today.

“The results will help to shape Australia’s view on parenting, normalise parenting challenges, direct families to help around mental health and wellbeing concerns, and make Triple P’s free parenting support even better.”

Parents who complete the survey can enter a draw to win of 10 $200 gift cards.

“Triple P has a long history of listening to and responding to the needs of parents and carers,” the spokeswoman says.

“Triple P surveyed thousands of Queensland parents and carers annually from 2016-2019 and is now excited to be hearing from parents and carers across the entire country as part of its ongoing, free support for all families.”

To complete the survey, head to the website

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