Parental Substance Misuse: Impact on the Child
Posted: 21 November 2017
Telephone: 01772 893408
Event Time: 16:00 - 19:00
Event Venue: UCLan, Preston
Event Cost: £30 per delegate*
Wednesday 20 June 2018 (16:00 - 19:00)
UCLan Preston Campus Venue
£30 per delegate*
This is a 3 hour interactive lecture exploring the impact of parental use of alcohol and other drugs on the child. The focus will be on the child’s experience and the assessment of risk and protective factors. Consideration will be given to the challenges faced by practitioners in adults and children’s services.
At the end of this event participants will be able to:
• Identify the potential impact of alcohol and other drugs on parenting
• Identify the potential impact on children living with parents who are using alcohol and other drugs
• Use a holistic model to assess risks and protective factors in families
• Use a child focussed model of change to identify appropriate interventions.
Who should attend?
Suitable for practitioners who work with parents experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs, and their children and families. This includes practitioners from the child and adult sectors.
Those due to study, or who have recently completed, the Safeguarding Children and Young People module (SW4033), do not need to undertake this event as it is part of the module.
About the facilitator:
Fiona Harbin, Senior Lecturer at UCLan. Fiona is a published writer in the field of parental substance misuse, and prior to joining the university had many years’ experience of working with and developing specialist services for families affected by substance misuse.
This event does not include an assessment. On completion, participants will be provided with a certificate of attendance which will include the CPD hours achieved.
How to book:
Advanced booking is required.
Please contact the CPD team on 01772 893408 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form and payment instructions.
Drink refreshments will be provided.
*discount may be available if you are a carer, service user or unemployed. Enquire for eligibility.
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