Dadly Does It is uniquely positioned to listen to fathers whose voices have previously been unheard.
Our learning strongly suggests that improving the well-being of fathers from disadvantaged backgrounds can improve the well-being of their children. It also appears to have the potential to improve the quality of family relationships and to provide benefits to the well-being of partners and ex-partners.
Workers verified that they saw changes in fathers. This reduced the resources they needed to allocate, or were likely to allocate in future, to support some of the families
- Mother, Little Hulton