Talk to your kids about alcohol.


Give your kids the tools they need to make healthy choices about alcohol.

You may be surprised to hear that parents are still the most crucial influence in their preteens' lives. Believe it or not, they still look to you most for information and guidance. That means you're in a great position to offer support and be a positive role model.

The LCBO and MADD Canada believe it's never too early to start talking about alcohol with your kids. Read on for tips on keeping the lines of communication open and giving them the tools they need to make healthy choices about alcohol.


MYTHS ABOUT ALCOHOL

MYTHS ABOUT ALCOHOL


Common myths about alcohol.
 

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TEACHABLE MOMENTS

TEACHABLE MOMENTS


Everyday life presents many opportunities to talk to your kids about alcohol.
 

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TALKING TO KIDS

TALKING TO KIDS


Tips for talking to your kids.
 

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LINKS

LINKS


Helpful Web sites for parents.
 

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About This Site

The LCBO and MADD Canada believe it's never too early for parents to talk to their kids about alcohol. Kids begin to learn about alcohol in elementary school, but as parents are still the most crucial influence in their preteens’ lives, why not get the dialogue going on the home front as well? Our hope is that this site will provide parents with information and tips to help them get the dialogue going.

We welcome any feedback you may have on the site, as well as any personal experiences you think would help other parents talk with their kids about alcohol. While we will not be able to respond individually to correspondence, LCBO and MADD Canada will consider all feedback in revising and developing additional content for the site.

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