Strong Fathers | Warwick Daily News

  • Strong Fathers | Warwick Daily News

Strong Fathers | Warwick Daily News

Carbal Medical Centre programs manager Charlie Rowe recently featured in the Warwick Daily News, the article is a supportive voice that carries with it a message for men with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander connections to join in and sign up for the Strong Fathers, Strong Families program.

Strong Fathers Strong Families, is a program to promote the important role of Dads, Pops, Uncles and Carers to be a healthy role model and engage fully in the child’s life as early as possible.

Aims of the Program

  1. To improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male’s ability to contribute positively to the health and wellbeing of their children.
  2. To support the development needs of children by encouraging fathers, uncles, pops and carers to be healthy role model and engage fully in the child’s life as early as possible.

Program Details

Strong Fathers Strong Families delivers a program that is run over 6 weeks; a 3 hour session per week.

Sessions include:

  • Roles of Dads
  • Communicating with Children
  • Children and Confidence
  • Behaviour
  • Stress and Anger
  • Relationships & Personal

To read the full article follow the link here or to find out more follow the link here

or to

GET ON BOARD. CALL CHARLIE ON 0400 644 657

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