Facts on Alcohol for Parents with Children Ages 0 to 8 Years
How your drinking habits could impact your young children?
In Australia, alcohol is commonly consumed in the home, as well as at social functions and community events. As a guide, it is best to source the facts on alcohol for parents to inform you on the best approach. Drinking alcohol is so commonplace in Australian society that children regularly observe alcohol consumption as a normal part of day-to-day life.
Children’s most important role models are their parents. The behaviours and attitudes of their parents towards alcohol tend to influence the drinking habits and attitudes of the next generation.
In this section, parents can find information and advice on how to create a healthy future for their young children by setting a good example and positively influencing their kid’s attitudes to alcohol.
Click on the following links to learn more about the facts on alcohol for parents and how this impacts children ages 0 to 8 years.
- Young Children and Alcohol
- Supporting Non-drinkers
- Positive Role Models
- Alcohol Education for Children
- Alcohol and Breastfeeding