The Happy Child Parenting App Helps Parents Forge Deeper Bonds with Children

Dec 7, 2020 | Families, Positive Parenting

Parenting woes can’t simply be wished away, nor resolved by merely reading a few blogs and articles. The American SPCC realized the need for a science-based, readily available platform to refer to, and partnered with the Human Improvement Project to release the Happy Child Parenting App!

Researched by a team of PhD’s including professors at a variety of institutions, child psychologists, psychiatrists and neuroscientists who study the brain, The Happy Child app was developed to help every parent nurture and raise happy kids in positive environments. The app utilizes insights into how bodily chemicals work and act, and the way the brain responds to triggers within relationships to produce lessons, alerts, and insights that help build stronger and deeper bonds in a family.

The Happy Child Parenting App is free and customizable and takes the guesswork and mental struggle out of making healthy parenting decisions. It also addresses common issues parents face  which in turn makes them search for the ‘right’ lessons or the ‘right’ instructors.

The key features of the app at a glance:

  • Customized, science-based
  • Short daily lessons that fit easily in your busy schedule
  • Knowledge you can immediately put into practice
  • Alerts and insights
  • Years of scientifically-backed research and findings

The app issues daily prompts and allows parents to use different methods to raise children so that they turn out to be confident, happy, and rich in potential. On the other hand, parents too receive the needed support with good insights into decision making.

The Happy Child Parenting App has received great reviews and feedback. Over 78% of users said they saw better relationships with their partner or children, and 98% said they were actively using the concepts offered by the app. A significant 67% of users said the lessons had changed their lives.

“With this app, parents can have fun and participate in the daily prompts and training. They will also learn to develop deep, meaningful relationships with their children,” said Genevieve Rivera, Executive Director for American SPCC.

The app is available at both the Google Play and App Store for Android and iOS devices.

Support American SPCC’s mission to provide positive parenting resources such as The Happy Child App here.

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