The FI Guide for New Dads
Our Guide for New Dads is brief, to-the-point, aimed solely at new fathers…and helps you get a good sense of what you’ve got yourself into!
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Book a free father-inclusive practice training package for your team
In partnership with the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships and 4Children, we are offering local authorities the chance to access a free training package for early years practitioners and managers, to help them engage with couple/parental relationships and ensure a more father-inclusive approach.
Schools – boost your results by becoming a FRED provider
‘When I see my children at the weekend they say, “We don’t want to go to McDonald’s – can we read stories instead?”.’ You probably already know how important dads can be to their children’s learning – and if you don’t, you can find out here.
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UK dads of autistic children invited to share their experiences
Very little is known about the experiences and involvement of British fathers of children with autism. Carol Potter, a senior researcher at Leeds Metropolitan University is running the UK’s first National Survey of Fathers of Children with Autism (children aged 19 or under) to find out more about their vital parenting role.
Study shows Scottish dads airbrushed out of family services’ publicity
In January the Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee launched an enquiry into the current provision of services and support groups for fathers; societal attitudes towards lone / unmarried fathers; and parental rights and responsibilities for fathers.
New web network for Eastern European fatherhood advocates
A new website Mencandoit is now available to promote involved fatherhood in Eastern Europe. Its role is to: disseminate information on working with men in former soviet republics in Eastern Europe and Central Asia develop cooperation and partnerships between individuals and organisations in post-Soviet countries provide information to the media and to private and public sectors.