About the SFN Dads Virtual Confrence –
Building on the success of past years conferences, the 21st Century Dads Foundation is thrilled to host the 2021 SFN Dads Virtual Conference. We’re budgeting for 400 dads, who are raising children with special needs. We have a host of first-class keynote speakers, plus four tracks, for dads to design their own custom experience from more than 20 concurrent sessions and we’ve built in plenty of time for breakout sessions for dads to network and get to know other dads.
Standard Registration (FREE) Thanks to our generous sponsors, all dads are entitled to a FREE Standard Registration.
Premium Registration (Only $25) allows attendees unlimited access to all the recorded keynote and concurrent sessions for six months.
VIP Registration ($100) allows attendees unlimited access to all the recorded keynote and concurrent sessions for six months and to attend the pre-conference VIP Meet & Greet on Friday evening.
As a special incentive we’re pleased to offer a FREE Premium Registration to all dads who have children 0-3 and all active duty military dads.
The first 100 dads to register will receive a complimentary copy of the book: Another Kind of Courage, by Steve Bundy and Doug Maza, compliments of Joni & Friends (www.joniandfriends.org)
The SFN Dads Virtaul Conference is for dads raising children with special needs, interested in:
– developing their fathering skills,
– gathering resources for their child and family, and
– meeting and networking with like-minded dads
Most of the presenters are SFN Mentor Fathers and many of them have shared their personal stories as guests on the SFN Dad To Dad Podcast, which is produced weekly and now has more than 140 inspiring episodes.
Enhance your conference experience by downloading the Whova app on your smart phone.
Special thanks to the conference committee:
About the Special Fathers Network –
SFN is a dad to dad mentoring program for fathers raising children with special needs. Many of the 400+ SFN Mentor Fathers, who all are raising kids with special needs, have said: “I wish there was something like this when we first received our child’s diagnosis. I felt so isolated. There was no one within my family, at work, at church or within my friend group who understood or could relate to what I was going through.”