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Is your child under three?
If so, select one of the stories below to see how some parents use RPM3 in their daily parenting activities.
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 surrounding world
Mentoring your child to support and encourage desired behaviors
Modeling your own behavior to provide a consistent, positive example for your child
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