Other Websites

Here are a few of the websites available to men to support their efforts in becoming more loving and respectful fathers to their children:


Child Development


KidsHealth

KidsHealth (www.kidshealth.org) is a useful website for topics relating to children's health and development.

KidsHealth

Kids' Development

Experts agree that while developmental milestones matter, each child is a unique individual and as such, will not always learn and grow in a 'textbook' fashion. Kids' Development (www.kidsdevelopment.co.uk) covers the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of children from birth through their teenage years, providing accurate information so that parents can recognise when to relax and when to seek help.

Kids' Development

Positive Fathering


The Importance of Fathers

This paper, published on the US Government's Child Welfare Information Gateway, discusses the importance of fathers in the healthy development of children.

KidsHealth

Canadian Father Involvement Initiative

The Canadian Father Involvement Initiative, encourages the responsible involvement of fathers in the life of their child. Amazing things happen to kids, moms, the community, and to dads, when men give their time, attention, and focus to the children they are raising.

KidsHealth

DIY Father

DIY Father is "a dad's guide to parenting". It has hundreds of dad-friendly articles.

DIY Father

About.com (Fatherhood)

The about.com website has a variety of excellent resources on fatherhood.

about.com

Fatherhood.org

This website, by the US National Fatherhood Initiative, has information, advice and resources just for dads.

National Fatherhood Initiative

fathers.com

This website, from the US National Center for Fathering, inspires and equips men to be involved fathers.

about.com

FIRA (Father Involvement Research Alliance)

FIRA is an alliance of individuals and organizations dedicated to the development and sharing of knowledge focusing on father involvement, and the building of a community-university research alliance supporting this work.

FIRA

I am a Kind Man (Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin)

Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin (an Ojibway phrase) translates to “I Am a Kind Man?. At a time when violence is invading whole communities "I Am a Kind Man" reminds us that violence has never been an acceptable part of Aboriginal culture.

Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin

Native American Fatherhood & Families Association

The Native American Fatherhood & Families Association initiates programs that strengthen the institution of family through responsible parenting techniques.

Native American Fatherhood & Families Association

Positive Parenting

The Positive Parenting website has MP3 workshops, parenting advice, pep talks, and more!

Positive Parenting

Positive Shared Parenting

Positive Shared Parenting is working together with your partner parent to create a loving and supportive environment for your children even though you live in separate households.

Positive Shared Parenting