Launch of Tool Kit for Korean and Chinese Dads

12 Nov, 2010

A new resource produced by Relationships Australia to help Korean and Chinese fathers raise happy, healthy children was recently launched by the Minister for Community Services Linda Burney.

The Dad’s Toolkit, developed by Relationships Australia provides positive advice for expectant fathers and those with newborns and children aged up to eight. It is available in three languages – Chinese, Korean and English.

“Being a dad is a tremendous and exciting responsibility. As a father, being involved in your child’s life is really important and has positive benefits for their early development,” Ms Burney said.

The Dad’s Toolkit was developed by Relationships Australia with funding from the NSW
Government through the Community Services Families NSW strategy.

For a copy of the Dad’s Toolkit visit Families NSW or call Relationships Australia on 1300 364 277.