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DARE decision making
Transcript of DARE decision making
Using what you've learned Resistance Strategies
-Avoiding the Situation
-Strength in Numbers
-Saying No, While Giving a Reason
-Changing the Subject Avoiding the Situation:
If you know of places where people often use drugs, stay away from those places. Strength in Numbers:
Hang around nonusers. Walking Away:
"I found a cigarette in my mom's purse, wanna smoke?"
Say no and walk away. Saying No, While giving a Reason:
"Would you like a beer?"
"No thanks, my parents would ground me
for life." Changing the Subject:
"I have some cigarettes. Have one?"
"No, let's go play ball instead." Decision-Making Model
Describe the problem, challenge,
or opportunity. Assess:
What are your choices? Respond:
Make a choice.
Use the facts and information
you have gathered. Evaluate:
Review your decision.
Did you make a good choice?
Would you make the same choice again? You play on a soccer team. The team depends on you as goalkeeper. You are invited to your best friend's birthday party at the same time as the big game. You would have to miss the game to go to the party. What do you do? Define
Evaluate APPLY THE DARE DECISION MAKING MODEL
AND DEMONSTRATE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
DEFINE ASSESS RESPOND EVALUATE Effective Communication-
Confident v. Unsure
Confident v. Demanding Officer Beth Roach