TSA’s ‘Microsite’ on work with Young Fathers
The Trust for the Study of Adolescence (TSA) is a national charity based in Brighton. The TSA has a long history of assessing work with young fathers, and have produced a number of excellent publications in this area – for example, their most recent Supporting Young Fathers: examples of promising practice.
Now the TSA have gone one stage further by developing a microsite all about work to support young fathers. Both practitioners and young fathers are invited to have a look – and to make comments.
Although the site is aimed mostly at professionals, it should be interesting to the young fathers themselves. Comments can be posted on the message board. Visit http://www.tsa.uk.com and click on the ‘Supporting Young Fathers Network’ image.Tags: African-Caribbean fathers, Drugs and alcohol, Early years, Imprisoned fathers, Maternity, Separated families, Vulnerable families