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Bewildered - DVD & workbook

20 December 2015

A DVD (with stories from parents whose teenagers are experiencing problems with alcohol and/or drugs) and an accompanying workbook. It is for parents/caregivers of teenagers that have problematic alcohol and/or other drug use and associated behaviours. It focuses on the stories and the process of change of parents and young people.

Download (pdf, 7.8 MB)
Code: 
AL544

Alcohol and Your Kids booklet

1 March 2015

A booklet for parents and caregivers with helpful information and advice about alcohol and teenagers. It includes:

  • tips about delaying their teens drinking as long as possible
  • information about being a good role model and building and maintaining a good relationships with teens
  • what the law says
  • what to do when things go wrong.

 Videos that accompany this booklet can be found at alcohol.org.nz/videos.

Download (pdf, 4.15 MB)
Code: 
AL801

Ruby's Dad children's book with guidelines for parents

20 August 2014

A children's book called Ruby's Dad with guidelines for parents on how to use this book with their child. It is a book for children aged 6-11 years whose parent or relative has a drinking problem.

The storyline is that Ruby's Dad begins to drink too much and things change in Ruby's family. After some difficult times, Dad gets the help he needs to stop drinking.

Download (pdf, 2.71 MB)
Code: 
AL900

M.A.P resource for young people

13 August 2014

The M.A.P (My Aspirations & Potential) resource is a fold out A3 worksheet. It is a visual goal setting tool that can help young people to map out their skills, social connections, hopes, and aspirations. It also helps to identify how alcohol use may be impacting on these goals and be used as a trigger for making changes.

It can be used by individuals and with groups. This resource may be a useful tool for students working on the NCEA Health Education Achievement Standard 1.1 'Take action to enhance an aspect of personal well-being'.

Download (pdf, 4.91 MB)
Code: 
AL614