How do massive child welfare agencies make decisions in children’s best interests – and keep track of them?
Like so many other people and entities, they use software to assist them.
A California “social enterprise management software” company and the California-based Children’s Research Center, a nonprofit social research organization, have announced a “partnership” with the goal of implementing the Children’s Research Center’s operating process into the software company’s software package.
It is anticipated that the software will facilitate better caseworker decision-making and lead to better outcomes for kids.
Read more in this Wall Street Journal MarketWatch press release: Partnership Integrates Evidence-based Assessment Tools with Leading COTS Child Welfare Solution to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families.