Teen Vaping Info Session for Parents

Vaping (the use of e-cigarettes or 'vapes') continues to be an issue that attracts a great deal of attention as well as debate across the country. Vaping is a new phenomenon, with the first e-cigarette being invented in 2003. As a result, many parents have little or no experience with the issue as the devices simply weren’t around when they were in their teens.

This session, run by Paul Dillon of DARTA, will examine what we currently know about the use of e-cigarettes and vaping amongst Australian school-based young people. This is an area that is constantly changing and parents attempting to make sense of the information provided by both the ‘pro-vaping’ and ‘anti-vaping’ lobbies may find it extremely difficult to navigate. As we move towards the end of the school year parents are likely to need as much assistance as possible.

Cost: $25 plus GST This event will be live-streamed but, for those unable to attend live, a recording of the event will also be made available for a period following the event's conclusion.To register for the event please click here.

Please note that this webinar is not organised by Woodleigh School so please use the links above for more information.

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