Why Are Researchers Still Obsessed with Proving that Good Fathers are Good for Kids?

By John Hoffman So, yet another study has found that father involvement is beneficial for babies. This particular one found that toddlers whose fathers had been more engaged and sensitive scored higher on a sort of toddler IQ test called the Bayley Scales of Infant Development. My reaction: So what? Tell me something I don’t … More Why Are Researchers Still Obsessed with Proving that Good Fathers are Good for Kids?

Call for Proposals

Reminder: We are looking for workshops proposals for the 2nd Canadian Father Involvement Conference: Mar 1 & 2, 2017 in Winnipeg, MB. Theme: Side-by-Side: Strategies for Working with Vulnerable Fathers. Dads find themselves in many different situations.  We want to inspire conversations and networking for working with dads who are in situations we don’t talk … More Call for Proposals