Seeing is Believing

Seeing is Believing

This program includes interactive dialogue between participants and facilitator, hands-on activities and role-playing.  Utilizing the Fatal Vision goggles, students will experience the effects of alcohol and other drugs on their ability to perform tasks…       Read more

Fatal Vision Goggles are specially designed and manufactured goggles that simulate the visual impairment caused by alcohol or other drugs.  Viewing through the goggles, the wearer experiences a loss of equilibrium, one of the effects of intoxication.  The underlying principle is to demonstrate how quickly impairment can turn fun into devastating consequences.   As each student tries on the goggles and try to complete hands on activities, they experience how impairment makes certain activities (such as driving) extremely dangerous.  The goggles activity is an excellent tool to use in schools and youth groups to educate young people on the risks of underage drinking as well as marijuana use and driving.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the effects of alcohol/marijuana on the brain and body systems.
  2. Improve decision-making skills about alcohol and/or marijuana related situations
  3. Understand the legal, physical and emotional risks of underage drinking/marijuana use.

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