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Published on Jan 8, 2013
The Fatherhood Educational Institute's goal is to promote positive paternal involvement to create a better future for our children and to benefit our communities. Part of that is providing virtual visitation to fathers that cannot be physically present, such as military fathers or incarcerated fathers.
President Emeritus Jeffery M. Leving hopes to provide fathers with the opportunity to connect with their children through virtual visitation.
Here is the story of Maurice, an incarcerated father. Without virtual visitation, Maurice missed out on the crucial connection between father and daughter. Now a teenager, his daughter Brighai confesses to the hardships of growing up without her father's presence and how virtual visitation would have helped to prevent them.