Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Defending the Adolescent Brain
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date: June 11, 2009
(1 hour, 30 minutes)


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If you have any questions or need assistance, call (334) 206-5618.


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Handouts/Resources

Stages of Healthy Adolescent Development (1 page)
The Ten Tasks of Adolescence (1 page)
Defending the Adolescent Brain Evaluation (1 page)
Adolescent Brain Article (2 pages)
Reading List (2 pages)
Worksheet One (1 page)
Worksheet Two (1 page)

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Program Overview
For youth practitioners and health professionals, there is no hotter topic than the adolescent brain. Research offers positive insights but it also raises concerns. Join us to these concerns and generate talking points intended to further debate and re-frame the discussion.

For more information, view the conference flyer.

Target Audience
All members of the youth-serving community, health risk specialists (teen pregnancy prevention, alcohol, tobacco, violence, etc.), youth development and after school programming practitioners, advocates, educators, volunteers, researchers, medical practitioners, parents, policy makers, civic leaders, public health/education/social services professionals.

Contact Hours
None for this program

Contact for Technical Assistance
(334) 206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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