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DadPad: The Essential Guide for dads-to-be and New dads – Perfect New Baby Gift for dads

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Written by health professionals, DadPad is already up and running in other areas of the UK, and each area has content edited and amended to be bespoke to local needs, including details of nearby support groups and services. By building confidence, helping dads engage with their baby’s development and be a supportive co-parent the DadPad can help children and families across the city. Remember, too, that the health visitor service is not only for Mum, but for Dad as well, even if you're not all living together. Consenting to these technologies will allow us to process data such as browsing behavior or unique IDs on this site.

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 DadPad app is an easy-to-use, freely downloadable resource for new dads and dads-to-be in the Derbyshire area, packed with relevant information, as well as details on local support groups and service providers. The Dad Pad - covering all the essential information dads told us they need to know and presented in a step-by-step, manual style so it’s easy to follow and understand.This is a fantastic, easy to use guide about safe baby care and how to support partners during the perinatal period. 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. Rowena Chilton, Head of Midwifery at Hinchingbrooke Hospital, said: 'It’s fantastic news that DadPad has launched across our maternity services. As babies don’t come with a set of instructions, they told us they wanted important information on how to care for their baby and what to expect as a first-time dad. You can give your feedback at any time, but ideally we’d like to hear from you from 3-4 months after the birth of your baby.

It is designed to reduce your anxieties, create a strong bond and healthy attachment with your baby, build stronger family relationships and recognise when you or your partner might need to get help for your mental health. Devon County Council is responsible for the writing, publishing and updating of the content on this page. As new UK NHS Trusts or relevant Health Authorities adopt the DadPad® App, more locations will appear, as will new up-to-date information and features such as explanatory animations and videos.Building a strong attachment enables dads to better enjoy their new role and contributes towards positive long-term social, health and educational outcomes for their babies. Rowena added: 'Alongside the DadPad app there is a hard copy DadPad Neonatal book that will support dads when their baby is admitted, planned or unplanned, to the neonatal unit.

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