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Parents Information Sessions

Parents Information Sessions are normally one off events. They can be off any duration within reason required by the host organisation. The presentations can be formal or informal in delivery according to the requirements of the group and can be adapted to suit various group sizes. The sessions are normally held at a venue within the host community and the cost is covered by TIPSA.

These sessions highlight some of the pressures placed upon young people in our modern society. The problems and dangers for young people abusing alcohol or other drugs are also discussed and the actual substances themselves are also highlighted. Parents are encouraged to talk to their children and to look for signs that something may be wrong in a young personís life.

The events also look at ways in which Parents/Guardians can support and help a young person who is under pressure and to make the most of existing protective factors and to ut others in place..

This session also acts as a signpost for Parents/Guardians and young people seeking help for a wide range of different issues, all of which can possibly underpin alcohol and other drugs misuse/ abuse.

Parent's Information Night, Ballinascreen

If you would like a TIPSA Information event for your community or group (free of charge), contact us.

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