We're ready when you are
With our self-paced web and mobile lessons, you choose when and where you want to learn our step by step parenting strategies.
A first step toward harmony at home with elementary school-age kids
Learn strategies that aim to:
strengthen your bond
with your child
A single source
Our program is easy to understand, practice, and apply to different types of behavior challenges.
Filled with questions?
What is WellRoo?
WellRoo offers online self-guided parenting strategies for common behavior concerns in minutes a day. 100% of our app-based modules are written by child psychologists for busy parents looking for information from trustworthy sources. Designed for parents on the go (most lessons take between 5 and 10 minutes to complete) so you can start learning and using strategies right away. It is like a parenting book, but interactive and available on-the-go.
Here are a few of the topics that we share:
- Effective Praise
- Prompts that work
- Strengthening parent/child relationships
- Planning for setbacks
- Information and examples for families of kids with ADHD
- Topic-specific examples (like screen time transitions and making AM and PM routines easier)
Who is WellRoo for?
Is WellRoo therapy?
WellRoo is not therapy. Although our programs are created by child psychologists, WellRoo offers self-paced programs for families looking to learn recommended parenting strategies in a convenient package. Think of it like a book that has highlighted itself.
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Health Systems & Care Teams
Looking to help your members and patients easily access self-guided and science-backed parenting strategies? We partner with care team members like pediatricians, primary care physicians, and pediatric specialists to ensure all families have resources that can help make parenting easier.
Teachers have way more than enough to manage right now--WellRoo shifts the burden of explaining basic behavior management strategies from your teachers to our platform. Did you know that our science-backed strategies align with behavior modification methods often used in schools?