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Gambling harm and young people panel discussion

Smartphones, online games and gambling ads on TV have made gambling fast moving, accessible and sociable. How can parents teach their teen and young adult children to be aware of the harms gambling can cause?
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Join our webinar to hear leading experts share their advice on how to teach teens and young adult children to be aware of gambling harm.

Speakers:

  • Professor Samantha Thomas, lead researcher on gambling reform at Deakin University
  • Melanie Marsh, Gamblers Help Counsellor at EACH
  • Fred Rubinstein, ReSpin lived experience speaker sharing his experience as a young person who has recovered from a gambling addiction.

For parents, carers, young people and interested community members.

This session is free however registration is required.

Brought to you by Knox City Council, City of Monash, Whitehorse Council, City of Kingston and Maroondah City Council.

Find out more about Gambling Harm Awareness Week.


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When

Thursday, October 20, 2022

07:30 PM - 08:30 PM

Where

Online via Zoom

Cost

Free

Contact

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