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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Free parent-couple relationship training for health visitors
We are currently looking for sites to host this free training. This evidence-based training will provide an introduction to thinking about the couple/parental relationship.
A father-inclusive approach to supporting couple relationships and the co-parenting 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.
Why we need the UK press to stop dad-shaming
Jeremy Davies writes: When we launched our Fairness In Families Index yesterday, our press release highlighted that ‘UK mums and dads are the worst in the world at sharing childcare’.
UK mums and dads are worst in developed world at sharing childcare
The Fatherhood Institute’s Fairness in Families Index 2016 This Father’s Day (19 June), British men will spend 24 minutes caring for children, for every hour done by women.
Check out our free resources for Fathers’ Story Week
Fathers’ Story Week is just around the corner – creating an opportunity for schools and early years centres to take part in an annual celebration of fatherhood, from 13-19 June 2016.