Supporting Father Involvement and Co-parenting Webinar Series Toolkit

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When fathers become more involved in raising their children, and specifically when mothers and fathers work as co-parenting partners, all benefit. The “Supporting Father Involvement and Co-parenting” webinar series will explore how family-providers can better support father engagement and co-parenting. Beginning on September 29, we will share strategies, tools, and outcomes from the Supporting Father Involvement (SFI) Program, an evidence-based research and intervention program designed for families that are culturally and economically diverse. Learn more and register today! #families #fathers
https://www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/supportingfathers/

When fathers become more involved in raising their children, and specifically when mothers and fathers work as co-parenting partners, all benefit. Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for the “Supporting Father Involvement and Co-parenting” webinar series to explore how family-providers can better support father engagement and co-parenting. Learn more and register at https://www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/supportingfathers/ 

Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for the 3-part webinar series “Supporting Father Involvement and Co-parenting” beginning on September 29. The webinar series will share strategies, tools, and outcomes from the Supporting Father Involvement (SFI) Program, an evidence-based research and intervention program designed for families that are culturally and economically diverse. Learn more and register today! #families #fathers https://www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/supportingfathers/ 

Research shows that when fathers become more involved in raising their children, and specifically when mothers and fathers work as co-parenting partners, all benefit. Yet many family-facing providers work primarily with mothers and do not know how to actively engage fathers. Brazelton Touchpounts Center’s free webinar series “Supporting Father Involvement and Co-parenting” will explore how early childhood programs, home visitors, health and mental health providers, and community agencies can increase their effectiveness in supporting father engagement and co-parenting. Register today at https://www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/supportingfathers/

 

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