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Parental substance misuse: understanding substance misuse

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One of a set of three e-learning modules exploring parental substance misuse, its effects on children and parenting capacity and the implications for social work practitioners. This module provides an introduction to the different types of substances commonly misused and the effects that these may have on the people taking them, including the effects they have on family relationships. The resource includes audio, video and interactive technology.

Parental substance misuse: understanding the impact on children

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One of a set of three e-learning modules exploring parental substance misuse, its effects on children and parenting capacity and the implications for social work practitioners. The module explores how parenting capacity may be compromised and how children may be affected by parental substance misuse. Sections cover the child's developmental needs; substance misuse and parenting capacity; and the impact of the wider community context in which the child is living, including using an ecomap to help understand these factors. The resource includes audio, video and interactive technology.

Parental substance misuse: implications for children's social work practice

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One of a set of three e-learning modules exploring parental substance misuse, its effects on children and parenting capacity and the implications for social work practitioners. This module covers: recognition and referral; engagement and assessment; supporting children and families; and roles and responsibilities of agencies. The resource includes audio, video and interactive technology.

Parental mental health and families: working together with parents

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This e-learning module sets out the principles that support partnership working with parents experiencing mental health problems. It considers how to use these principles to help families affected by parents with mental health difficulties to access and use support. It also examines how to use the family model to help balance the needs of the parent with those of the child when making decisions about child care. Individual sections cover: Partnership with parents; Early intervention and access; Exploring parenting issues; and Dealing with complexity.

Parental mental health and families: think child, think parent and think family

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This e-learning module explores the impact of parental mental illness on all family members. It also aims to develop your understanding of the ways social inequalities and discrimination can affect families where a parent has a mental health problem. Also looks at child development stages and some common diagnoses, interventions and treatments for mental illness. The modules main sections cover: Stigma, discrimination and inequalities; Parents and mental health; Parenting and mental health; and Understanding child development.

Poverty, parenting and social exclusion: choices...what choices?

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Parents living in poverty face a complex set of issues at individual, family and community levels that make parenting more difficult. In this e-learning resource you will explore a case study of a family, to try to gain an understanding of some of the difficult choices faced by parents in poverty, as well as support services that could help parents cope.

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