'Ask me about me' highlights the huge impact parental drug and alcohol misuse can have on children and young people

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Ask me about me is invaluable resource for professionals who want to ensure that their practice is based on the child’s perspective.

The toolbox contains eight short films which can be used with a wide variety of audiences. The films focus on childrens' experiences, emotions and needs and the DVD comes with a training guide containing suggested session plans, activities and general tips.

Order Ask me about me

You can order your copy of Ask Me About Me for £10 (excluding p&p). If you would like to place a larger order we would be happy to discuss a reduced price. Contact us to order your copy by sending a cheque, or to be invoiced.

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For more information have a look at the Ask Me About Me DVD booklet and watch samples of the DVD below.

Sample scenes

I used to think it was my fault

Sometimes I draw to take my mind off it

She couldn't really help us with anything

Sometimes I struggle in school a bit

I feel like a bottle just ready to explode

Feedback

Here's what project and service workers have said about Ask me about me:

 'I watched it with a mother with alcohol problems who wanted help in ‘getting her children to behave better. Watching the video helped her to start to start to understand how her drinking was impacting on her children – and to start to see that the solution to better behaved children lay with her controlling her drinking rather than in focussing on her children’s behaviour.' - Services Practitioner from the NSPCC

'I just received the DVD resource this morning and was so impressed I wanted to give immediate feedback! I can foresee this being used extensively by our team, particularly with parents who are engaged with our service for drug and alcohol misuse. Thanks to all involved for producing it!' - Sam Murphy, Family Intervention Officer at FASA

Have you used our 'Ask Me About Me' DVD or any of our other resources? If so, let us know what you think. What situations did you use the resources in and what reactions did you receive to them? We would appreciate your feedback.