Building a father-friendly world

Health & Wellbeing

57 listings in Health & Wellbeing

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Edinburgh
95 years experience of successfully finding loving homes for children who can no longer live with their birth families & supporting those affected by adoption.
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Sydney, Australia
The world’s longest running radio program on fathers’ issues
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Paisley
The Breastfeeding Network (BfN) aims to be an independent source of support and information for breastfeeding women and those involved in their care.
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Glasgow
The Jeely Piece Club is dedicated to supporting and improving play & learning opportunities for children and families in Castlemilk and across the City
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Edinburgh
Established by the Cyrenians, the Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution supports young people, families & professionals in working to resolve conflict.
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Livingston, West Lothian
A 4-week antenatal course for men covering: labour and birth, postnatal depression, coping with a baby crying and baby care - handling, dressing, nappy changing, bathing and baby massage. - contact surestart@westlothian.gov.uk, 01506 774700
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Livingston, West Lothian
A 5-week course showing baby massage techniques - contact stephen.gorman@westlothian.gov.uk, 01506 774700
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Aberdeen, Scotland
Dads Care is a charity which helps all fathers and in particular, those with chaotic lives either through Drug Misuse, Alcohol Abuse, Self-Harm all the way down to self-referrers just looking for other dads to support.
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Dundee
Family support charity, supporting families in Dundee with a child under five, helps parents build better lives for their children. #homestart
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Kilmarnock
“menZone” designed especially for male parents, carers and their children. These sessions are one Saturday a month from 11am – 1pm, for more info and to book a place contact Barry 01563 576 433, barry.west@east-ayrshire.gov.uk
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Dunoon
Family support charity, supporting families with a child under five, helps parents build better lives for their children. #homestart
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United Kingdom
Promoting the child's right to play The Aberdeen Play Forum is Aberdeen's strategic voice for play.
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Glasgow
Geeza Break, a voluntary organisation, provides family support and flexible respite services to parents with children aged 0-16 years (up to 18 years for children with disabilities), predominantly within the North East Area in Glasgow.
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United Kingdom
We support and empower lone parent, vulnerable and disadvantaged families in Fife through early intervention and partnership working.
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Edinburgh
Supporting emotional, social and spiritual well-being in children through songs and singing.
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Glasgow
Home-Start Glasgow North is a voluntary organisation set up to increase the confidence and independence of families with at least one child under five years old who are experiencing difficulties.