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Body image and advertising guide for parents

Secondary

A guide for parents to help their children navigate body images issues and the impact of advertising.

This guide explains how parents and guardians can play a key role in supporting young people to develop positive body image.

The resource includes information, advice and activities to help adults give young people a strong sense of their own worth and identity.

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by parents of young people age 9 to 14
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