Helping fathers go further as parents

On 20 March the Centre is offering a new Knowhow session on fatherhood. Find out how fatherhood has changed and how services can work more successfully with fathers to help them go further in their role as parents.

Our facilitator is Scott Hall, Coordinator of men and family relationships programs at the Sunshine office of Relationships Australia. Scott works with maternal child health, local councils, kindergartens and primary schools on parent programs that are father and family-friendly.

The session will offer a group discussion bringing together those with strong knowledge and experience of father-friendly services with those who have questions about how services can benefit from being more father-friendly.

You can register now using the form below, and share your questions and views using the comment form.

For more information contact Bec Jolly, Policy & Project Leader – Sharing Innovative Practice on rebecca.jolly@cfecfw.asn.au or 03 9094 3527.

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