A practical guide to gaining the confidence and skills necessary to be the very best dad you can be.
Gain the essential mindset and practical skills necessary, even if you have no experience
Developed in conjunction with the NHS
Low cost, high value resource
Save time by quickly getting to grips with your new responsibility of being a father
Reduce anxiety, become confident to offer the help needed.
Provide the best support you can for the child and mother.
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I was a bit scared when we found out we were having a baby, obviously happy, but a bit scared and in the beginning I was a bit clueless. The child development part is my favourite bit, but there’s things in there, like things about mental health, that I didn’t know about and that I didn’t know you needed to know about.
The DadPad gives support to new fathers who can often feel left out and unable to help when they’re needed most, and this can put a strain on both parents.
Giles Berrisford, one of NHS England’s two Associate National Clinical Directors for Perinatal Mental Health
Young dads find it difficult to ask for help, particularly where their partners can become expert in the practicalities quite quickly and they don’t. [The DadPad] is about Dads being prepared for some of that tension and strain of being a new parent, but without being overwhelmed and knowing that it’s not just mums who can access the help and advice that’s available, even if they don’t live with their partner.
Ruth Wellings, Programme Manager for Women and Children at NHS Kernow CCG
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We are continually working to improve the DadPad for dads and their families. We welcome your feedback at any time to help us support new dads to the best of our ability.