Self-directed online training
Event descriptionThis course provides you with an introduction to the impact of parental alcohol and other drugs (AOD) use, or substance use, on children. It provides a definition of substance use, and aims to improve understanding of the effects of parental substance use on children, highlighting the potential impacts on the child’s relationships, physical health, and social and emotional wellbeing.
A significant proportion of parents who present to adult services will also have substance use issues. This foundational course will help you to incorporate child-aware practice in adult services when working with parents affected by substance use. Whether you’re a professional in the AOD sector, or a generalist practitioner in adult-focused services, these understandings will be beneficial to your work with adults and children.
This session will cover:
Capability 6 - Understanding and responding to substance use and addiction,
Capability 8 - Working effectively with families, carers and supporters,
Capability 7 - Understanding and responding to family violence,
Working with infants, children, and younger persons
Disciplines: Allied Health, Lived Experience Workforce, Medical, Nursing
Lifespans: Child, Adolescent, Adult