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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Free Conference on Dads and Postnatal Depression 7th May, 2014, Birmingham
Around 7 out of every 100 new fathers will become clinically depressed in the year after their baby’s birth.
Research Participants Wanted: Fathers and Difficult Births
Researchers at the University of Liverpool are exploring fathers’ experiences of trauma after childbirth. The aim of the study (which has been approved by the University’s ethics committee) is to understand what makes the experience traumatic and what fathers do to cope.
Help us achieve A Great Dad for Every Child: watch our new video
Dads matter hugely to their children. If you have a positive relationship with your dad, you’re likely to do better at school, be happier, have higher self-esteem, and even form better relationships when you’re an adult.