Item uses these practice principles: Partnerships with families.
Item responds to these sub-outcomes: Not applicable
Positive and consistent father–child interactions give children an increased sense of wellbeing, a clearer sense of identity and greater resilience. This guide outlines the key elements of father-inclusive practice in organisations. It includes useful audit tools, a case study from an early childhood setting and practical tips for implementing father-inclusive actions and activities in services.
Target population: educators working with children and their fathers in kindergarten settings.
Factors to consider: services should consider using this resource for team reflection, to explore how to be more inclusive of fathers.
Access and inclusion
Strength of Evidence
Level 6 - Supported by expert opinion