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Top 4 Cyber Security Tips

Top 4 Cyber Security Tips

With an estimated 30,000 websites hacked daily, it is now more important than ever to establish preventative measures to safeguard your data both at home and at work. We’ve compiled a list of the top 4 cyber security tips you can use to start protecting your data today.

Top 3 Tech Must-Haves for Child Welfare Workers

Top 3 Tech Must-Haves for Child Welfare Workers

As we continue to usher in an era of new norms, it’s critical to keep up with evolving trends and technologies. In order for child welfare workers to provide the best possible services to their clients, they will need to use cutting edge technology to not only show flexibility in where they meet with their clients, but also how they can track and analyze client data to continually monitor goals and adjust as needed.

Three Ways to Give Back to Those in Foster Care

Three Ways to Give Back to Those in Foster Care

It’s time to bust out your inner Buddy the Elf and spread some holiday cheer this year by putting smiles on the faces of those in need. With approximately 424,000 youth nationwide in foster care this holiday season, the right gift could be the gift of a lifetime for them!

There are many ways you can give this season; however, we have compiled the top three ways to give to children in foster care. 

Auditing Child Welfare and Social Service Agencies

Auditing Child Welfare and Social Service Agencies
Love it or hate it, audits are a part of life for social service agencies. So why not put efficient processes in place to reduce the stress of audit time and keep your agency prepared for future audits? Learn how to love audits with these tips!

What You Need to Know About Kinship Care

What You Need to Know About Kinship Care
What is Kinship Care?

Kinship care is the term used for children whose biological parents are unable to raise them; therefore, they are raised by grandparents, extended family members, or godparents. Children are removed from their biological homes due to concerns for safety and general well-being in relation to the care they are receiving from their biological parents.

Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to Treat Cyberbullying

Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to Treat Cyberbullying

The ever-increasing use of technology connects us to classmates, co-workers, long lost relatives, and newly-found friends in different countries. This connection shrinks our world in a process called globalization, and with it comes a plethora of opportunities, such as free trade opportunities, competition, and a melting pot of culture. However, every rose has it’s thorn, and cyberbullying is a growing phenomena in this digital age.

The Road to Reunification

The Road to Reunification
Peaches & Herb said it best, “Reunited and it feels so good.” When children are removed from their origin homes, the most-sought after permanency goal is to reunite them with their families as soon, and as safely, as possible. In fact, reunification is the case plan goal for over 50% of all foster care kids in the United States.