can you ask hi primary doctor?
a) how old is your sibling? b) what makes you think they are drinking? C) to what degree are they drinking? (you think?) d) if they are drinking, how do you think it effecting their life? social circle? and what will you be able to do about it?
IF some has a drink problem, all you can do is be there for them, no one can get help until they realise there is a problem. also, if you think there is a problem, don't try and go on at them, tey will just reject it, just try and distract them... something or someone would have inspired the 'new' habit, it's really important to try and find out the cause as much as the cure...x
A) 15 B) red eyes, always carries mints and acts like he is drinking C) to the point where he blacks out D) horrible and if i find out i can give him a punishment but the problem is he aint admitting it..most times he gets caught for other things i forbid him to do and he has to face consequence and end up not doing it again
The doctor will not be able to disclose anything unless it puts his and your life in danger, even if you are his guardian. Doctors have a code of confidentiality and may only disclose information if the person puts himself or others in danger and I do not think that drinking automatically qualifies as that.
If his doctor followed the laws, he should not disclose any of his information with anyone, even a family member. Only way to really find out is asking, or if they tell you, or catching them.
Then you should be able to get info from his doc. Yet doctors don't know everything.
umm..ask their friends to help you get some proof like..a pic or something...
An 18 year old is the guardian for a child old enough to be drinking? Uhuh.
what if hes under the age and i am his guardian?
@ty i didn't say he is old enough hes 15..