Children and Family Services

Electronic Documentation for Children and Family Service Providers

To learn about how Children and Family services are being documented on Therap

Are you facing any of these issues documenting children and family services?

  • Need a comprehensive child welfare technology system
  • Need access to demographic information from a central location
  • Need tools to track and verify field visits/on-site visits
  • Inaccuracies in service provision data

Therap’s documentation software features tools for Children and Family service providers to help coordinate and facilitate child welfare services benefiting at-risk children and enhancing skills of family caregivers, including group and family counselling sessions, field visits, onsite visits, recording DAP/SOAP notes.

How Therap Can Help

Therap’s Long Term Services and Supports software assists service providers in tracking the service flow of diagnosed and at-risk children and maintain family unity, enhance caregiver skills and prevent out of home placement. Therap’s toolbox of health and service provision modules present a documentation solution where data can seamlessly follow the child and family through a transition of services.

  • Demographic and Identification data, Insurance, Family contacts and Clinical/Service Providers, including doctors, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists
  • Medical Profiles including Diagnoses, Allergies & Medications
  • Guidelines, Information & Emergency contacts
  • Record on-site and field visits
  • Record group and family counselling notes for case management
  • Document answers to survey questions and analyze progress
  • Analyze case notes to measure activities
  • Record DAP/SOAP notes related to treatment plan
  • Track critical incidents, injuries and events
  • Notification, review
  • Integrated incident management
  • Assessments and Worksheets to determine services
  • Manage Needs and Interventions
  • Set and review timelines

Case Management

  • View person-centric service plans, case notes, and incident reports
  • Sort relevant data of individuals within own agency and beyond
  • Get access privileges assigned by the State
  • Track at-risk children prior to intake
  • Pending Admission notes allow for pre-intake notations that may travel with referrals
  • Eligibility templates including required documents, category, status and referred by
  • Note screenings and assessments
To learn about how Children and Family services are being documented on Therap

Additional Resources

Knowledge and experience of workers has not usually been included as a basis for design, and the worker’s practices are not recognized as important element in child welfare technology systems – CW360

Child Welfare and Technology, Spring 2011, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota

The 2010 reauthorization of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act23 includes a provision (Sec. 106(d)) that requires states “to include data on numbers of [child protective services] personnel, average caseloads, education and training requirements, demographic information, and workload requirements”

New Directions in Child Abuse and Neglect Research Institute of Medicine and National Research Council, 2014