Father Involvement Toolkit

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DVD Resources to support Father Involvement

Being Dad
Interviews with pregnant and new dads about how they feel - their fears, hopes, expectations and joys. Interspersed with factual information from experts about pregnancy, birth and baby development. Humorous and thought-provoking.
77 minutes
Website: http://www.beingdads.com/

Fathers\' Voices
For dads of special needs kids. Interviews, footage of a real support group of dads. Honest and powerful discussion of the experiences these fathers go through.
14 minutes
Website: http://www.fathersnetwork.org/
Order from: http://www.fathersnetwork.org/

Hello Dad
Educational and positive - information about how fathers can find their own way to interact with their baby and stimulate language and relationships. Interviews with dads also. From Australia.
24 minutes
Website: http://www.dad.info/
Order from: http://www.dad.info/

Toolbox for New Dads
Concrete, practical information from fathering guru Armin Brott. Shows a class of dads learning topics like feeding, crying, relationships, post-partum depression, changing emotions. Divided into chapters so it can be watched in parts.
92 minutes
Website: https://mrdad.com/about/
Order from: https://mrdad.com/store/

To Be A Father
Hosted by Ray Romano. Information and discussion about many areas of fathering: from pre-natal involvement to babies to discipline. Lots of talk about how important being involved is to children's and families' well-being, with experts presenting factual information and dads talking about their experience and feelings.
30 minutes
Order: https://www.amazon.com/Be-Father-Ray-Romano/dp/B000EBFW08

Invisible Fathers: Working with Young Dads Resource Pack
DVD has interviews with young dads in Britain - good for stimulating discussion in a group. Other materials are really useful too.
Website: http://www.fatherhoodinstitute.org/
Order from: http://www.fatherhoodinstitute.org/index.php?prodDetailID=82

 

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