PIP is to turn crisis into opportunity. PIP web-tutorial is designed to engage the family. PIP web-tutorial requires a contract between parent/guardian and the school administrator. PIP training is not punishment. PIP is web-based training prescribed for parents and guardians. PIP is designed to help communication between parent and student. One goal of the tutorial is prevent further drug use. PIP does not excuse legal obligations.
Though it has long been known that teenagers are prone to impulsive behavior, to emotional rather than logical thinking, and to not fully considering the long-term consequences of their actions, only recently has neuroscience and MRI technology provided an understanding of why. The teenage brain, it turns out, is a brain still developing. To understand the risks associated with psychoactive substances in adolescents, it helps to understand that teenagers are not just less-experienced adults; they are undergoing an important yet challenging developmental stage in which that are prone to errors of judgment, and sensitive to neurological assault by psychoactive substances. More than any other age group adolescents are at risk for substance addiction, and more than any other age group they risk permanent intellectual and emotional damage due to the effects of drugs. samafoundation.org/youth.../effects-of- drugs -on-adolescent- brain /
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Water. The brain is made up of about 75% water. Neurons. Your brain consists of about 100 billion neurons. What is the size of your brain? Your two fists What is the color of your brain? Grey and White Weight. The weight of the human brain is about 3 lbs.
Have class join hands (they are a neural connection) and explain how the billions of cells in the brain communicate w each other to express emotions, snap your fingers, recall information – everything we do! As an example One end of the connection is the ear, the other end is where info is stored (who is the current president of the United States) ask the “ear” who is the current president, show how in order to recall the info, you have to travel to where it is stored. The person on other end says, “Barack Obama” .. Talk about, Myelin, how it speeds up communication. This is an important time for adolescents, they are making lots of myelin, making new neural connections. Show how it gets faster and faster by asking the “ear” and immediately having the other student say ‘Barack Obama”
Continuum activity with continuum of Chemical use flash cards in facilitator binder. Ask student to speak about each of the four continuums.
Home Someone else's home. Friends, relatives. Purchased the alcohol themselves. Parent, guardian, or other adult family member.
Short term Dehydration Vomiting Diarrhea Upset stomach Distorted vision and hearing Decreased perception and coordination Unconsciousness Blackouts Anemia (loss of red blood cells) Breathing difficulties Long term Melts Myelin Reduces learning ability Liver disease High blood pressure Nerve damage Permanent damage to brain Ulcers Gastritis Malnutrition Cancer
Welcome to Parent Intervention Program (PIP) Web-Tutorial PIP is positive youth and positive parent development. PPI is for any student PIP is designed to bringwho use or are in possession opportunity to studentsof controlled/illegal and parents to learn fromsubstances, tobacco any violation of schoolproducts (regardless of district drug policies.student age), and is in This is not punishment;violation of the school however, there aredistrict drug policy. consequences. PIP is designed to teach abstinence, through a structured classroom environment for both student and parent.
Why Are We Here and What We Will Lean Who and Why What, How, and WhenThe PIP consequences consist of: PIP curriculum and topics include:Student and their parent orguardian shall attend four Drugs/Chemical and Alcoholevening PIP sessions. Two hours Useeach session. The Adolescent BrainAdministrator, parent andstudent sign contract. Communication and Problem SolvingIf parent/student do not fulfillcontract, the administrator will Focus on Familiesfollow through with fullsuspension or other PIP sessions are offeredconsequences. through out the school year.
Ground RulesConfidentiality and General Rules of PIP Training Everything that is shared in class, stays in class. Use of computers are a privilege and are intended for this tutorial only. PIP tutorial is intended to be used in classroom setting. Completion of the PIP web-tutorial does not excuse you from any legal obligations that have been incurred because of drug violation.
Training Time Out PIP is to turn crisis into opportunity. PIP is to engage the family. Lets Stop PIP is not punishment.and Review PIP is web-based training prescribed for parent and guardians. PIP is designed to help communication between parent and student. Prevent further drug use.
Lets Review Group or single parent review with PIP facilitatora. PIP is to turn crisis into _________________.b. PIP web-tutorial is designed to__________ the family.c. PIP web-tutorial requires a contract between parent/guardian and the school ________________.d. PIP training is _____ punishment.e. PIP is web-based training prescribed for _________ and __________.f. PIP is designed to help c____________ between parent and student.g. One goal of the tutorial is prevent further ________ use.h. PIP does not excuse _________ obligations.
Getting Started: Lesson GoalsWe will learn about our selves.What is a drug?What is a controlled substance?What the impact of chemical use on adolescent development/behavior.
Lets Get StartedWhy am I here and what do I want to learn about myself?Pause the tutorial at this time and discuss these questions with thegroup/class and the facilitator.Sharing is optional but highly recommended. Remember the class and facilitatorare there to bring opportunities to you and your family. Facilitator this exercise should be no longer than five to seven Minutes.
Why Students Use Drugs and Alcohol Parents use Behavior glamorized in Movies/ TV shows/songs Availability Desire to look cool Conformity Peer Pressure Curiosity Culture/Attitude “I’m Just Having Fun Positive Attitudes towards drug use by family Escape members. Rebellion Advertisements Friends Desire to alter mood Self-medication
Drugs/Alcohol and The BrainThe teenage brain is still developing.More than any other age group adolescents are at risk for substance addiction, and more than any other age group they risk permanent intellectual and emotional damage due to the effects of drugs. SAMA Foundation
Lets Talk About The Brain Water. The brain is made up of about 75% water. Neurons. Your brain consists of about 100 billion neurons. Weight. The weight of the human brain is about 3 lbs. Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Temporal Lobe Occipital LobeSize: Putboth fiststogether Color: Grey and white Nursing Assistant Central, 2012
The Brain Quiz The brain is made up of about ____% water. The brain consists of 100 _______ neuron. What is the size of your brain? Your two fists put together. What is the color of your brain? Grey and White How much does your brain weigh? Average brain weighs 3 pounds.
The Adolescent Brain and Brain DevelopmentOur brain grows from the inside to outsideBottom to the top, in the form of a spiralThe last part of our brain to develop is the frontal lobe and it is the first to be affected by drugs, alcohol or medications.Our brain develops or GROWS due to neurons and their ability to communicate with one another
NeuronsMyelin- fatty tissue that covers the axon of neurons and helps us to think faster! (Stop-Class Neural Connection Activity-See Notes)
What We Need To Know About Brain Development?Brain continues to develop until about age of 25.Brain is more vulnerable to the affects of drugs and alcohol.Using drugs and alcohol slows down the development of the brain. For example, a person who began to use drugs at the age of 16 will remain there, developmentally, even though their actual age is 20.
Frontal Lobe Functions Planning Behaviors Carry out plans and dreams Maintain self control Make future plans and goals Establish goals Practice healthy restraint Consider consequences Cooperate with others Reflect and evaluate Problem solve Emotions Stay motivated despite setbacks Generate positive emotions Feel empathy, care and concern for others Manage negative emotional states
Continuum of Chemical Use See Notes and flash cards. NON-USE ↓ EXPERIMENTATION ↓ OCCASIONAL USE ↓ REGULAR USE ↓ ABUSE ↓ DEPENDENCY/ADDICTION
Dependency and AddictionTolerance – need to use more of a substance to get the same effectLoss of Control – Unsuccessful attempts to cut down use of a substance.Uncontrollable, compulsive drug seeking use, even in the face of negative health and social consequences.Social changes-change of friends, conflict in relationshipsFinancial- buying drugs, tickets, attorney fees
What Makes Us Feel So Good? (Home Work-See Notes)Do drugs make us feel high?Drugs trigger neurotransmitters – DopamineNeurotransmitters make us feel high!
What is Alcohol To Your Brain?Alcohol is a depressantAlcohol is a toxin/poison Intoxicated VomitingAlcohol is a tissue irritant Esophageal, stomach, intestinal cancerAlcohol is a solvent. A man made chemical. Imagine alcohol and a dirty car engine
MyelinWhat makes us think faster and recall information? –MyelinWhat is myelin made from? Fat or greaseWhat happens to your Myelin when you add alcohol?
Alcohol Affected BrainNormal adult brain 18 year old brain. Using for 3 years 4x per week www.brainplace.com
Alcohol Affected BrainNormal adult brain. 44 year old brain. 18 years daily use. www.brainplace.com
Alcohol Affected BrainNormal adult brain 38 year old brain17 years heavy weekend use. www.brainplace.com
What is a Standard Drink?What is an Alcoholic Drink?5oz. 3 oz. 12oz. 1 oz.Glass Mixed Regular ShotWine Drink Beer LiquorAll the above contain the same amount of alcohol!About one oz. of ethyl alcohol
How Alcohol Levels Affect The Brain 2-3 Drinks Self-control, Judgment Adult brain1-2 3-5 DrinksDrinks SensesReason,Caution,Criticalthinking 5-7 Drinks 7-10 Drinks Coordination, Vital Centers Balance ***Teen brain is affected more than the adult brain, Female brains more than male.
How Alcohol Levels Affect The Brain Quiz How Alcohol Levels Affect The Brain Quiz Return to previous slide if necessary or See Notes Section1-2 Drinks2-3 Drinks3-5 Drinks5-7 Drinks7-10 Drinks
2009 Teen Alcohol Use Statistics 70.6% have tried alcohol63.7% have had an alcoholic drink in the past year 48.9% have been drunk 25.6% have had 1 or more binge drinking episodes 1.9% have been daily drinking for at least 1 month at some point in their lives.Alcohol use rates have remained essentially unchanged over time. SAMHSA National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings 2007
Alcohol And The Brain Alcohol is a depressant Slows you down-body shuts down and goes unconscious Blackouts-caused by the depressant effect of alcohol Alcohol is a toxin/poison Intoxicated vomiting Alcohol is a tissue irritant Esophageal, stomach, intestinal cancer Alcohol is a solvent Imagine alcohol and a dirty car engine
AlcoholismIf you begin drinking before the age of 13, nearly half will becomeAn alcoholicAn addict And develop health problems
Does culture matter?TEEN ALCOHOL USE BY RACE/ETHNICITY16.8 % among Asians,18.3 % among blacks,24.7 % among Hispanics,26.2 % among those reporting 2+ races,28.3 % among Nat. Americans/ AK Natives32.0 % among whites.
Where Do Teens Get Alcohol?In 2007, 56.3 percent of current drinkers aged 12 to 20reported that their last use of alcohol in the past monthoccurred in someone elses home. 29.4 percent reported that it had occurred in their ownhome. SAMHSA National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings 2007
Where Do Teens Get Alcohol? (Cont.)About one third (30.2 percent) paid for the alcohol the last time they drank, including8.2 percent who purchased the alcohol themselvesand 21.8 percent who gave money to someone else to purchase it. SAMHSA National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings 2007
Where Do Teens Get Alcohol?(Cont.) Among those who did not pay for the alcohol they last drank, 37.2 percent got it from an unrelated person aged 21 or older, 20.7 percent from another person under 21 years of age, 19.5 percent got it from a parent, guardian, or other adult family member SAMHSA National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings 2007
Where Do Teens Get Alcohol? QuizOn your own list five (5) places teens get alcohol.
Short Tem Effects Of AlcoholDehydrationVomitingDiarrheaUpset stomachDistorted vision and hearingDecreased perception and coordinationUnconsciousnessBlackoutsAnemia (loss of red blood cells)Breathing difficulties
Long Term Effects Of Alcohol Melts Myelin Reduces learning ability Liver disease High blood pressure Nerve damage Permanent damage to brain Ulcers Gastritis Malnutrition Cancer
Effects Of Alcohol Quiz List Four (4) Short Term List Four (4) Long Term Affects of Alcohol Affects of Alcohol