Father involvement is increasing. We are seeing more dads involved in family life in more ways than ever. However, many dads find themselves in situations that have a negative impact on their ability to be the dads their children need. We can easily assume these dads don’t know how to be a “good” dad or don’t care about being a “good” dad.
These are the dads who need our attention.
It is time we gave them what they needed.
The 2nd Canadian National Fatherhood Conference will do just that. It is bringing together workers, clinicians, practitioners, managers, and researchers from across Canada to present and share their work with fathers. In particular, this year’s focus will encourage discussions about fathers at risk:
Domestic Violence issues, and more.
Get ready to be connected, informed, and mobilized in your work with fathers at risk.
- Welcome by Wab Kinew, MLA Fort Rouge
- Keynote presentations from Brian Russell and Philip Sevigny
- Dads Panel
- Social Networking evening (pre-conference)
- Knowledge Sharing forum
- 12 workshops available
- Optional tour: Canadian Museum of Human Rights
Note: When you register you will be asked to make your selection for workshops. You can find the list here.
Accommodations: There is a block of rooms at Canad Inns (conference venue) for $114/night. Quote: Dad Central Conference
Added bonus: we have been offered a great rate for a 90 minute private tour of the Human Rights Museum. This will be on the afternoon of March 2. It includes a shuttle bus from the hotel to the museum. If you would like to take advantage of this be sure to include it in your registration. Plan on being back to the hotel by 3:30.