“Have You Had the Conversation?”

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“Have You Had the Conversation?”

Following Up:

On Monday, April 6, 2017, we partnered with the Hatboro-Horsham School District to talk with parents about having meaningful conversations with young children in an effort to deter substance use.

Have you had the conversation?

We hope this will be helpful to you, whether you attended the event or did not. If you are aware of other helpful websites that are not shown here, please send an email to info@conversation.zone

Thank you for Being a Part of the Conversation!

 

 

 


Presentation

Kim Rubenstein and Dawn Tucker, from Be a Part of the Conversation, presented the following Powerpoint:

>> Click here for the Presentation:  Have you had the conversation? How to talk with your kids about substance use.

 


Panelists

Thank you to our wonderful Panelists for providing their expertise and insight:

  • Dawn Tucker – HHSD K-12 Student Assistance Coordinator
  • Amy Orlando, PhD – Assistant Principal at Simmons Elementary
  • Sarah Carner – Guidance Counselor at Pennypack Elementary
  • Wendy Neely – Health & Physical Education at Blair Mille Elementary

 


  Helpful Information

6 Parenting Practices:  Help Reduce the Chances Your Child will Develop a Drug or Alcohol Problem
from the Partnership for Drugfree Kids

Marijuana Talk Kit
from the Partnership for Drugfree Kids

Family Dinner Conversation Starters

Making Yourself Ready to Start the Conversation:  Guidelines for Parents & Guardians

Top 8 Reasons why Teens Try Alcohol and Drugs
from “How to Keep Your Teenager Out of Trouble and What to Do if You Can’t,” by Dr. Neil I. Bernstein

Help Your Child to be Tobacco Free
from “Right Decisions Right Now”

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