Demonstrating compliance often feels like a necessary evil for protective services agencies. But social workers end up fighting the clock to do the necessary paperwork and data entry while still trying to find time to spend time with families who need them the most. State compliance systems provide critical data used for federal reporting and statewide planning, but how do they help front line social workers solve today’s problems in the field?
This Webinar breaks down the compliance dilemma and offers a solution to help social workers be the very best at providing front line service AND meet mandated requirements. By helping agencies easily demonstrate compliance efforts, the solution eases the burden on workers so they can focus on the families they serve.
Who Should Participate
Child and adult protective services directors, deputy directors, managers, supervisors, and social workers.
Rich Bowlen, Director, Protective Services
Rich Bowlen is the Director of Protective Services and leads the development of Northwoods’ technical and professional services offerings emphasizing Practice Management in the protective services arena.
Justin Swain, Technical Communicator, Northwoods
Justin Swain is the Technical Communicator and produces documentation and multimedia content about Northwoods solutions.