PEP Programming

PEP parenting programs are administered globally. Current programs include:

 

PEP1- PARENTS EMPOWERING PARENTS (PEP1) PROGRAM

PEP1 is an established outcomes based, well-known and respected intervention program. PEP is an intervention program offering medial information while addressing the psychosocial aspects of living with a bleeding disorder. PEP1 introduces and provides skills and tools to help parents adjust to diagnoses while raising their child to become independent, self-confident, productive, empowered adults.

 

PEP2 – A PROGRAM FOR PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS TRANSITIONING INTO ADULTHOOD

Developed for parents of adolescents (ages 12-25) with bleeding disorders in response to demand from the community’s parents and professionals for a program addressing unique issues inherent in transitioning teens with bleeding disorders into adulthood. This program, based in PEP principals, addresses needs of both parents and adolescents in transition. As a psychosocial intervention and medical information program, it introduces and provides skills and tools parents can learn to facilitate their affected adolescent to become an independent, self-confident, productive, empowered adult. Program launch is in process. Inaugural PEP2 for parents launched in November 2017.

 

HPEP – HISPANIC PARENTS EMPOWERING PARENTS (PEP1) PROGRAM

HPEP is the PEP1 translated into Spanish. HPEP is an intervention program offering medical information while addressing the psychosocial aspects of living with a bleeding disorder. HPEP introduces and provides skills and tools to help Hispanic parents adjust to diagnoses while raising their child to become independent, self-confident, productive, empowered adults. It is sensitive to their unique cultural issues.