How to Support and Include Dads –
10 Actions you can take now
You want to see more dads positively involved in parenting. And with COVID affecting mothers more than fathers – it matters even more now!
But did you know dads often feel left out by the organizations that serve families? You may not realize it, but subtle and simple changes can make a big difference. Research clearly shows that when family professionals include and support dads – they step up!
Dad Central knows the insights from research and has distilled best practices after training thousands of professionals. Our latest review of literature provides important clues about what matters to dads, and how you can connect with them.
That’s why we’re offering this free webinar, How to Support and Include Dads – 10 Actions You Can Take Right Now.
In this presentation you’ll learn the following research-backed insights:
- How Canadian dads view their fatherhood role
- The three things dads MUST feel to become more positively involved parents
- The 10 critical actions to support and include dads
As an added bonus, we’ll also share ideas about how to apply this understanding to virtual programming. Whether it’s leveraging social media, offering online programs, or becoming a link to digital resources – we’ll let you know what’s working.
Register today to get the insight you need to help families thrive.
You can keep wondering, “When will more dads step up?” Or you can register to learn how to help them be positively involved parents.
These 10 actions come from research over the past five years (2015-2020). Anyone can apply them and see the results. We want to help you serve the needs around you, so register today to help families.
We look forward to sharing this with you!
Director of Dad Central Ontario, Founder of Connected Dads, and a Career Coach at the Queen’s Smith School of Business
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Dad Central and Dove Men+Care have partnered to promote involved fatherhood across Canada and provide resources and workshops for organizations that serve dads.