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Frequency of Australian alcohol consumption by age group 2013 Source: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (2015a). Secondary analysis of National Drug Strategy Household Survey data (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2014a). 

Frequency of Australian alcohol consumption by age group 2013 Source: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (2015a). Secondary analysis of National Drug Strategy Household Survey data (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2014a). 

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This guide was developed to assist specialist and generalist clinicians to assess and respond to the needs of older people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, alcohol- and other drug-(AOD) related harm. Longer life expectancy, more people living longer, and different expectations of current and future generations of older people will increase...

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... people also comprise the largest proportion of the population who drink on a daily basis (see Figure 4). In sufficient quantities, daily drinking can: ...
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... Thorough assessment with a view to: Š building rapport Š gathering information to guide treatment planning Š providing clients with feedback to help develop alternative responses Š personalising the health effects of their AOD use Š monitoring progress • Tailoring intervention intensity and duration to the client's degree of dependence or AOD harm (see Table 5 and Figure 14). As alcohol and other drug problems become more severe, more intensive interventions are required. ...
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... alcohol and other drug problems become more severe, more intensive interventions are required. These range from low intensity prevention interventions for those who are not using AOD problematically, through to high intensity interventions for harmful users or those who are dependent (see Figure 14). ...
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... to change is measured using the Transtheoretical Model (TTM) of behaviour change (Prochaska, 1991;Prochaska, DiClemente, & Norcross, 1992;Prochaska & Velicer, 1997). The transtheoretical model outlines five stages of readiness to change (see Fig. 15, p47). Movement through each stage of change is not necessarily linear and typically progresses as ...