Bringing Fathers into Focus for Child and Family Well-being

Use this step-by-step tool to develop Family-Centered Coaching partnerships. These questions and considerations will help you decide whether you are developing a referral relationship or plan to provide coaching across services and organizations. Link to resource at the Prosperity Agenda
August 1, 2017
By The Prosperity Agenda | This tool helps coaches get to know a parent and how they define their family, and to begin to identify family strengths. Link to resource at the Prosperity Agenda
August 1, 2017
Link to resource at the Prosperity Agenda  This tool is used in conjunction with the tool Who Is in My Family? Once coaches have a sense of the family, they can more easily talk with the parent about their hopes and dreams at three levels: for their overall family, children, and themselves.
August 1, 2017
By The Prosperity Agenda | This tool supports the Family-Centered Coaching principles of transparency and collaboration. By being transparent about the different roles a coach can play, you keep the parent in the driver‚Äôs seat, setting the agenda. Making the roles clear to the parent ensures the coach is operating from a collaborative perspective. Link …

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August 1, 2017
By The Prosperity Agenda | The original Assessing Organizational Readiness & Creating Partnerships guide was released in August 2017 with the launch of Family-Centered Coaching. Link to resource at the Prosperity Agenda
August 1, 2017
Link to resource at the Prosperity Agenda  This tool helps organizations assess current partnerships and identify services areas where new partnerships would be beneficial for families.
August 1, 2017