PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — If this Father’s Day has you worried about welcoming your first child, you may consider a class just for men.
It’s scary becoming a new dad and there aren’t as many resources for you as there are for moms according to Jay Cherney, director of DadLab at Abington Hospital-Jefferson Health.READ MORE: Boil Water Advisory In Effect For Some Wilmington Residents After Main BreakFlyers' Keith Yandle Ties Doug Jarvis' NHL Iron Man Streak At 964 Straight Games
“We designed it to appeal to men in their transition from being a man to being a father,” he said. “We have some educational material but a lot of it is the guys sharing their stories, their experiences, what they’re learning about being a dad as they try it out, and comparing notes helps them arrive at how they want to be a dad.MORE NEWS: Nicholas Bednarek Identified As Man Killed In Cheltenham Crash That Injured 4 Other Teens
Cherney says the DadLab program started this year and classes are free.