“Talking to Kids About Alcohol: A Guide for Parents and Carers” is a helpful booklet that offers tips and guidance for parents and carers on how to address the topic of drinking with their children, teenagers, or young adults. By initiating conversations early on, parents can educate their children about alcohol and its effects, enabling them to make informed choices about drinking in the future.
The booklet provides practical advice on when to start these discussions and emphasizes the importance of maintaining open lines of communication as children grow older. It encourages parents and carers to be knowledgeable about alcohol-related issues and provides useful information to support their role as guides and educators.
With a focus on promoting understanding and responsible decision-making, the booklet equips parents and carers with valuable tools to engage in meaningful conversations about alcohol. By fostering a safe and supportive environment, parents can help their children develop a healthy relationship with alcohol and make responsible choices as they navigate through adolescence and young adulthood.
Get talking – when do you start?
Keep talking as they get older
Are you Alcohol Aware?
Parents’ fact file
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