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Revolutionizing Senior Services with Innovative Case Management Software

Posted by GVT Admin on Aug 8, 2023 10:30:00 AM

As America’s population ages, the demand for effective and efficient senior services rises. As of right now, there are 55.8 million American people over the age of 65. A vast majority of these seniors need effective senior care and social services to help them navigate the challenges in their golden years.

Caseworkers in this field also face unique challenges. Managing complex cases, coordinating multiple services, and making sure that the well-being of their elderly clients is prioritized, it’s not easy being a case manager in senior services.

Fortunately, technology has emerged as a powerful ally in breaking down barriers and transforming the landscape of senior services. Innovative case management software solutions are now playing a crucial role in revolutionizing senior services and improving how caseworkers manage cases and bring about positive change in the lives of our seniors.

In this blog today, let’s discover how efficient case management software can help non-profits improve senior care.

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Topics: Elderly/Aging Long Term Care

How Cloud Based Child and Family Case Management Can Improve Services

Posted by GVT Admin on Aug 4, 2023 11:30:00 AM

Child and family case management plays a crucial role in ensuring the well-being and safety of vulnerable children and families. With the advancements in technology, leveraging cloud technology in the social sector has become increasingly prevalent in the field.

This article explores how child and family case management can harness the power of the cloud to enhance community service. By utilizing specialized software, such as child and family case management software or child welfare software, organizations can streamline processes, improve data management, enhance collaboration, and ultimately deliver more effective and efficient services to the community.

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Topics: Family and Child Welfare

Bless the Beasts and the Children

Posted by GVT Admin on Aug 2, 2023 10:09:29 AM

🎵Bless the beasts and the children

For in this world

They have no voice…

They have no choice…🎵


Over the past few months close friends who work in animal nonprofits have reminded this blog that we have overlooked them and the biodiversity that they represent. While we have publicized the work of almost every social service and nonprofit organization, we confess we have consistently overlooked the animal nonprofits, and the struggle they are engaged in to save the animals and natural habitat of our planet.

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Topics: social issues

4 Emergencies Case Mangers Might Face with Solutions

Posted by GVT Admin on Aug 1, 2023 11:32:00 AM

Case managers are essential in giving assistance and resources to people and families in need, especially in times of crisis. When a crisis happens, an extra burden that frequently goes unmentioned and unnoticed is present for these tireless workers. These experts frequently deal with difficulties that call for rapid thinking and efficient answers.

Here are some great suggestions for case managers and other leaders in the human services fields on how to prepare for emergencies.  

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Topics: Special Reports

Mental Health Caseworkers Take Note...How to Avoid Compliance Issues

Posted by GVT Admin on Jul 27, 2023 10:06:00 AM

Maintaining compliance with legal criteria is crucial in the field of mental health case management. Caseworkers are essential in ensuring that clients receive the right assistance and services while adhering to legal and ethical guidelines. 

Caseworkers now have strong tools at their disposal to increase compliance and raise the standard of treatment overall thanks to developments in human services and mental health case management software. This article will examine methods for avoiding compliance problems while maximizing the advantages of human services and mental health case management software.

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Topics: mental health, human services software

Nonprofits in the Post Covid Era

Posted by GVT Admin on Jul 26, 2023 11:39:19 AM

It has been three years since the world went into lockdown as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and nonprofit organizations are facing new challenges and crafting new responses.

  • The nonprofit sector, like most other industry segments, has embraced remote work.
  • Video conference calls with co-workers and clients, once the exception, are now commonplace because of office closures and the shuttering of direct service centers during the pandemic.
  • In 2022, Americans gave an astounding $499 billion to charity with individuals contributing $319 billion while foundations gave an estimated $105 billion.
  • But, perhaps the most significant change to nonprofit operations during the crisis was the willingness of foundations to provide general operating support and unrestricted funding. In 2022, 8% of dollars were awarded as general operating support, but the figure doubled to 16% after the pandemic crippled the normal operating modalities of most nonprofits.
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Topics: nonprofit funding, nonprofit management

Social Work Corner: The Dos and Don’ts to Know Before Your First Case

Posted by GVT Admin on Jul 25, 2023 1:07:00 PM

Stepping into the social services field is undeniably one of the most rewarding career decisions you’ll ever take. This industry allows you to bring a change in others’ lives while improving your professionalism and skillset as a social worker. 

However, we'd like to familiarize you with the essential dos and don'ts of human services case management before you take on your first case. To learn some seasoned social workers' best recommendations, keep reading!

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Topics: social workers


Posted by GVT Admin on Jul 19, 2023 10:30:00 AM

The topic of self-care comes up frequently in social services. Perhaps because case workers are in the most empathetic profession of all. They deal daily with human frailty and willingly accept responsibility for the plight of the less fortunate. They bear society’s burden for the suffering of the marginalized and feel the pain of the innocent who don’t understand why they are suffering.  Social workers suffer along with their clients when they are unable to wave a magic wand and erase the pain that circumstances inflict on little children, single mothers, mentally ill homeless, confused elderly, and those facing life’s certain end alone.

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Topics: social workers, case manager stress relief

Case Management Mistakes That Cost You Money and Peace of Mind!

Posted by GVT Admin on Jul 18, 2023 11:43:00 AM

The network of human assistance agencies in the United States is quickly expanding. There are currently over 1.5 million registered non-profits in the country, employing 12.3 million people.  Not to mention the job opportunities they help provide for millions of people that they don't employee. 

Social service agencies play a vital role in American culture.  They are both a necessary component of our society's safety net and an economic force in their own right.  To exist and develop, they rely on benefactors, grants, and government aid.  

However, running a social service organization involves a lot of responsibility and labor.  Because of this, you'll want to avoid making any of the following errors that could result in your organization losing personnel, funding, and important resources you need to support your clients.  Our goal is to assist you in avoiding the following case management blunders.

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Topics: nonprofit management

Why Holistic Case Management is Essential in Juvenile Justice

Posted by GVT Admin on Jul 17, 2023 10:33:00 AM

According to the most recent data from 2020, the arrest rate of juvenile offenders in the United States is decreasing. Nonetheless, despite a 71% decrease, over 400,000 juveniles were arrested in America in 2020. Juvenile case managers act as liaisons between young offenders, their families, the courts, and other agencies involved in the juvenile justice program of a municipality.  Because they deal with the legality of detained juveniles, juvenile justice case management is one of the most difficult domains of the social service system.  

They are also driving the implementation of a holistic case management approach to juvenile justice. This method considers the reasons that contributed to the juvenile's criminal acts, rules out the possibility of mental health disorders, and finally considers prevention.  

We are shedding light on this comprehensive strategy and its importance in juvenile justice case management.  

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Topics: Juvenile Justice

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