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  1. 1. KinshipChildEducation Tools <br />Peer van der Kreeft <br />Head of prevention, De Sleutel<br />Lecturerprevention, faculty of socialwork, University College Ghent, Belgium <br />Dundas Castle, Edinburgh, March 16th 2011 <br />
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  3. 3. Makingiteasier to talk withyourchildren in care about the addictionproblem of theirmotherorfather<br />
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  10. 10. : Why and how?<br />One of Belgianneedassessmentconclusions<br />Goodpractice in Switzerland(ispa.ch) and Scotland (alcohol-focus-scotland.org.uk)<br />We made specific adaptations<br />focus onresilience<br />deleting parts expanding on addiction treatment of mother<br />
  11. 11. Test and Dissemination<br />Assessedattractiveand easy to read<br />Referenceto illegal drugs seemedto be a thresholdthough<br />In test period (foreseen # 250 butdistributed +700)<br />Nationwide disseminationwith Pleegzorg (Fostercare) and VAD (Alco & Drugs) in 2011<br />
  12. 12. Is that all there is (1)? <br />“How to read Bobbie” withsixmessages:<br />Cherish the jewel<br />Let’s go! (play)<br />Resilience<br />Thingsyoucan’t help<br />Peoplethat care for me<br />Grown ups aren’t perfect<br />
  13. 13. Manual “how to read Bobbie”<br />What does it mean? <br />Questions you can ask<br />What can you do together? <br /><ul><li> Simple: throw a ball
  14. 14. Bit deeper: pix of grandma and grandchild that like each other, print it and draw a nice frame</li></li></ul><li>Is that all there is (2)? <br />
  15. 15. Threepreventioninterventions<br />
  16. 16. Three kinds of prevention<br />Universal – wholegroup<br />Selective– vulnerablegroup<br />Indicated– vulnerableindividual<br />
  17. 17. Mapping, labelingand stigmatizing<br />No stigmatize<br />Yestakeresponsibility<br />Bobbie is selectiveprevention<br />
  18. 18. Addictedparents and theiryoungchild<br />care – prevention – resilience<br />is indicatedprevention<br />
  19. 19. 19<br />Addictedparents: sometimeschildreneducatetheirparentsinstead of the otherwayaround<br />encare.info<br />Indicatedprevention: recommendations and tools forcaretakers of addictedparents, theirchildren and kinshipcarers. <br />Disseminated 2011 throughaddictiontreatment and consult centres, Pleegzorg foster care and crisis kindergartens .<br />
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  21. 21. 21<br />The hole in the fence<br />Lifeskillsfor 5-8 yearold<br />is universalprevention<br />Universal prevention has increased effect in high risk groupsc<br />!<br />Ballen: oeps, gemist! <br />
  22. 22. 22<br />Lifeskills(Botvin ‘81, WHO ’94)<br />5 out of 18 stories in kindergartenapproachincludeaddiction issues<br />
  23. 23. Addiction-specificthemes<br />In story …<br />1: the secret of the vegetables<br />2: the magicpotion of mushroom<br />4: sproutloseshisway<br />5: the magicpotiondoesn’twork<br />13: littlepea is sick<br />Increaseselfesteem, influence attitude to substances, contribute to accepting help,… <br />
  24. 24. Lifeskillsapproach<br />is continued<br />up to 18 year<br />in schools with<br />CSI ComprehensiveSocialInfluence Programmes <br />including<br />Normative Belief<br />
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  26. 26. 26<br />Action research: practicioners work together with researchers<br />
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  28. 28. Bobbie in Scotland: <br />alcohol-focus-scotland.org.uk<br />
  29. 29. Resiliencecreatesfun and happinessforkids…<br />…notan extra burden.<br />
  30. 30. Contact <br /> Peer van der Kreeft<br />peer.van.der.kreeft@fracarita.org<br />www.desleutel.be<br />

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