The Fathers’ Journey: Bringing the Father Factor into Your Home (Panel Discussion)

$15.00 /6 month

Presenters

Tal Baz

Tal Baz OTR/L, MS, OTR/L

Mona Delahooke

Mona Delahooke, PhD

Sheila Anderson

Sheila Anderson, PhD

Moderator: Mona Delahooke, PhD

Panelists: Sheila Anderson, PhD; Erik Linthorst, father and videographer; Kevin Hamilton, college student; Craig Hamilton, FAIA; Tal Baz, MS, OTR/L; and Yudi Bennett, Exceptional Minds

This exciting panel discussion will include first hand reflections from film-maker Erik Linthorst about the father’s journey. Erik will provide footage of several fathers who candidly share about their personal experiences with their children with developmental differences. The panel, including Kevin Hamilton, a student at Taft College, TIL Program and his father Craig. Kevin will speak about his recollections of his relationship with his father, as well as his experiences living at college as a special needs individual. Kevin and his father Craig will also answer written questions from the audience. We will engage in discussion about how the father factor goes beyond gender stereotypes to the range of joyful human experiences that support the essential need for engaged and strong relationships.

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Moderator: Mona Delahooke, PhD

Panelists: Sheila Anderson, PhD; Erik Linthorst, father and videographer; Kevin Hamilton, college student; Craig Hamilton, FAIA; Tal Baz, MS, OTR/L; and Yudi Bennett, Exceptional Minds

This exciting panel discussion will include first hand reflections from film-maker Erik Linthorst about the father’s journey. Erik will provide footage of several fathers who candidly share about their personal experiences with their children with developmental differences. The panel, including Kevin Hamilton, a student at Taft College, TIL Program and his father Craig. Kevin will speak about his recollections of his relationship with his father, as well as his experiences living at college as a special needs individual. Kevin and his father Craig will also answer written questions from the audience. We will engage in discussion about how the father factor goes beyond gender stereotypes to the range of joyful human experiences that support the essential need for engaged and strong relationships.

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