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A Lifetime of Conversations

A Lifetime of Conversations

Kids, Alcohol, and the Developing Brain

Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix released a report showing that a majority of parents talk to their kids about underage drinking (76%)–but may be missing one of the most vital reasons kids should say no to underage drinking: the impact on their brain development.

The report, A Lifetime of Conversations: Kids, Alcohol, and the Developing Brain, includes a survey conducted by research firm GfK of 1,000 parents of children between the ages of 10 and 17.

Within the report, you can find information on:

A Lifetime of Conversations

Parents’ viewpoints and misperceptions of underage drinking and the conversations they are having (or not having) with their kids

A Lifetime of Conversations

The impact of alcohol on brain development

A Lifetime of Conversations

Advice from a panel of medical, parenting and other youth development experts on some of the most commonly asked questions on underage drinking

A Lifetime of Conversations

Underage drinking facts that dispel some of the myths parents may believe

A Lifetime of Conversations

Evolving the conversation for every age and stage of parenthood. How parents should talk to kids about alcohol starting from age 5 through teenagers

Download the report and an infographic of the survey findings today!

For more information about the report, or to be connected with a spokesperson from Ask, Listen, Learn, please contact Erin.Hildreth@responsibility.org.