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Dad Info’s new family – Fegans

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As you may have noticed. Dad.Info has found a new home as a project of Fegans.

For the last 150 years Fegans has worked with children to give them the resilience to face trauma and adversity and we work with parents to enable them to flourish. Through dad.info we will use that expertise and compassion to reach out to more fathers and help them find meaning in their amazing identity as dads.

Meet Dad.Info and Fegans CEO – Ian Soars.

If you have any questions or observations about Fegans then please just leave a comment below or come and chat in the Dad.info Forum.

 

 

 

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