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Parents

CAN I BORROW THE CAR?
This videotape focuses on ways to reduce the crashes of beginning drivers, since the rate is higher than that of older drivers. With the help of parents, restrictions and supervision, lives can be saved while teens learn to drive and become more mature. Teens provide reasons that they want to drive. Parents of teens who have died in crashes tell how the tragedies happened and how their families have been affected. (2002, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

FATHER MARTIN - PARENTSí SILENCE CONDONES
What do young people have to contend with on a daily basis? The more we know about substances helps our kids stay away from them. Education, communication, and cooperation are the best ways to avoid substance abuse in your family. (1988, 18 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

FIRST YEARS LAST FOREVER, THE
This video includes information on bonding and attachment, communication, health and nutrition, self-esteem, child care, and self awareness. (1997, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

KIDS OUT OF CONTROL
This program discusses today's too frequent scenarios: an eighth grader whose drug use completely altered his personality; a young girl who became severely depressed because of work, school, and familial pressure; and a teenage rape victim who ran away from home, attempted suicide, and became addicted to drugs. The program helps viewers to determine whether a child is in need of help, (1993, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Youth intervention providers

PARENTING WITH HUMOR (IS IT POSSIBLE?)
This video by Loretta LaRoche, teaches parents ways to incorporate more joy and humor into parenting on a daily basis. Designed to promote the concept that parenting is a serious job, but you can do it. (1994, 65 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

POISONING YOUR CHILDREN: THE PERILS OF SECONDHAND SMOKE
The Surgeon General, a pediatrician and an environ-mental pollution expert all give testimony to make a convincing case against secondhand smoke. Real-life examples underline the seriousness of this health hazard. (1994, 12 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High School/College/Parents

TEACHING YOUR TEENS TO DRIVE
This video and handbook teach basic driving skills in 13 lessons to help parents with the Michigan Graduated License System. The handbook lists practical recommendation for the parent/coach. (1997, 50 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents of teens

UNDERAGE DRINKING AND PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
This video on Zero Tolerance Law includes parents how they could be affected. (2001, 12 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

WINNING AT PARENTING. . .without beating your kids
This video features Barbara Coloroso who uses a humorous approach to mealtime, bedtime, chores, fighting, and getting your kids out of the local jail. (1989, 125 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents