Helping kids by texting their parents? Here's what experts say about this exploding strategyColorado School of Public Health Dec 20, 2019
Jini Puma, associate director of the Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center, said the six-week parenting class represents the “Cadillac” version of the program, but that it was a big ask for parents with multiple jobs or other conflicts.
Texting, she said, is “super effective to use in this way, where it’s part of a multilevel intervention.”
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