Substance Abuse Education. 1994. Drug abuse prevention series, and Health and guidance series. Edwardsville, KS: Substance Abuse Education, 2 pp.
Annotation: This brochure promotes two series of educational software programs for children in grades 5 to 12. The computer programs are available in three licensing arrangements: single user, network, and site license; and they are written to operate on IBM or Macintosh computer systems. The drug abuse prevention series advocates no-use attitudes and values and suggests positive alternatives. The programs employ tutorials, self-tests, role plays, and games to teach life skills, peer refusal skills, setting goals, and communication and interpersonal skills. Titles in the Drug Abuse Prevention Series include: Drug Abuse Learning Environment, Street Drugs: Trip or Trap, Cocaine and Crack, Alcohol: Growing Up in a Drinking World, and Tobacco: Smoking and Chewing. The Health and Guidance Series includes titles such as Understanding AIDS, the Baby Game, Teens Are Nondivorceable, Communication Essentials, and Problems and Solutions: A Guide to Conflict Resolution.
Contact: Substance Abuse Education, 670 South Fourth Street, P.O. Box 13738, Edwardsville, KS 66113, Telephone: (800) 530-5607 Secondary Telephone: (913) 441-1868 Fax: (913) 441-2119 Brochure available at no charge; program disks start at $49.95.
Keywords: Adolescent health, Adolescents, Audiovisual materials, Child health, Children, Communication skills, Computer software, Conflict resolution, Educational materials, Life skills, Prevention programs, Sexuality education, Substance abuse