Are You Dad Enough? Join A Father’s Day Edition Of Playeum’s Kampung Konversation

Are You Dad Enough? Join A Father’s Day Edition Of Playeum’s Kampung Konversation
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What is fatherhood and how are dads facing up to the challenge? Share your thoughts and experiences at a special edition of Playeum’s Kampung Konversation on Thursday, 25 June, 8.30 am to 10 am.

Ready, Steady … Dad!

Playeum, Little Day Out and Centre for Fathering / DADs for Life will be bringing you a special Father’s Day edition of Kampung Konversation where parents and anyone in a parental role are welcome to join in the discussion about what it means to be “dad enough” in the 21st century.

What is the role of the father in today’s families and what are the challenges that fathers face? How can parents work as a team and play a part in building resilient families in times of crisis?

Interactive Sharing Session

The one-and-a-half-hour session will feature three speakers, two dads and one mum, who will be sharing their perspectives on fathering.


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Interactive Sharing Session - Playeum's Kampung Konversation Are You Dad Enough

Parcsen Loke, Head of Programmes at the Centre for Fathering & DADs for Life will touch on being a father and priorities that come along with the role.

Jennifer Loh, Social Entrepreneur and Co-founder of Playeum, talks about her experience on co-parenting and managing different roles as the main caregiver of her children..

Lester Ng, Editor and Co-founder of Little Day Out, will be sharing about the parenting experience through different phases of children’s lives.

The free, LIVE interactive session is open to all who wish to listen in, share views or contribute to the conversation with others who are also in the parenting role.

To be part of Kampung Konversation: ARE YOU DAD ENOUGH, register for the Zoom session here.

Playeum’s Kampung Konversation: Are You Dad Enough

Date: Thursday, 25 June 2020
Time: 8.30 am to 10 am
Who should attend: All dads, mums, anyone else in a parental role plus those considering
Where: Via Zoom, register at this link
FREE