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    Blurred Minds: Vaping | Teachers FC

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    Let's change the way teenagers think about alcohol, drugs and vaping.

    Bridges Health & Community Care with the help of Blurred Minds are on a mission to provide teachers with an innovative way of educating students about the dangers associated with alcohol, vaping and drugs.

    FREE 1 hour workshop:

    • Improve teaching experience.
    • Increase knowledge about vaping, alcohol, and other drugs.
    • make teaching more effective.
    • Help connect with students.

    When? Wednesday, 22nd May 2024 | 3:45 - 4:45pm 

    Where? St Luke's Anglican School - 4 Mezger Street, Bundaberg

    What we know? Research has shown that most human brains take around 25 years to fully develop. This means that a teenager’s brain is going through some major constructions as they develop and fine tune important pathways and systems. Introducing alcohol, cannabis or vaping during this critical period of development can cause major damage and change the wiring of a teenager’s brain. It is important to note that there are no health benefits from consuming these substances as a teenager or as a adult. For this reason, national guidelines recommend that for under 18’s the safest choice is to delay drinking of alcohol for as long as possible. Vaping just like cigarette smoking should not be supported or encouraged at any point and no safe consumption limits have been established.

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