Class empowers dads, prevents neglect

By Laura M. Levering
Special to The Signal

It is not uncommon for fathers of young children to feel overwhelmed or confused over their role in a child’s life. With the majority of parenting resources aimed at women, men often get overlooked in the parent department.

Diondra Johnson wants fathers to know they are not alone, and there is help.

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