An Update from the DAWF Team…

Hello DAWF supporters! We (Sarah, Sharon and Joyce) want to say sorry for the lack of communication since the conference. We have all been getting on with our own workloads (Viva, teaching, writing up, data collecting, job hunting, working) and have had to pause all DAWF related activity as a result. We finally got theContinue reading “An Update from the DAWF Team…”

Launch of Conference Programme

Exciting news! We’ve finalised all our sessions, and now we’re delighted to share our conference programme with you. This is subject to change – but we wanted to share this with you all sooner rather than later. Conference Programme v1.2 – 30th April If you’ve still to register, find out more info on our registrationContinue reading “Launch of Conference Programme”

Guest Post: Keeping Families Together Safely

Our second guest post comes from Lyndsay Fraser-Robertson, Family Outreach Worker for Circle – Circle offers a range of whole family support services that promote children’s healthy development and potential. They engage with families who face exclusion due to social injustice, poverty and health inequalities. I am a Family Outreach Worker for a charity called Circle, based inContinue reading “Guest Post: Keeping Families Together Safely”

Growing Up with Parental Substance Use

This week is Children of Alcoholics Week (11th-17th February). This is the first of two posts by Sharon Greenwood, co-organiser of DAWF. Sharon is a PhD Candidate at the University of Glasgow, and currently preparing to submit her sociological thesis on the impact of parental substance use on young adults (16-30). The first post presentsContinue reading “Growing Up with Parental Substance Use”