May 17 Webinar: Integrating Data to Support Families

Posted May 9, 2018, By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

Mom with infant in Des Moines, Iowa.

Credit: Carol Highsmith for the Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Annie E. Casey Foun­da­tion is host­ing a May 17 webi­nar on the ben­e­fits and chal­lenges of build­ing an inte­grat­ed data sys­tem to sup­port a two-gen­er­a­tion approach to social ser­vice and edu­ca­tion­al programming.

Ser­vice providers tra­di­tion­al­ly focus on either chil­dren or adults. But sev­er­al com­mu­ni­ty-based orga­ni­za­tions across the nation are begin­ning to weave togeth­er pro­grams and ser­vices to address the needs of the entire family.

Reg­is­ter for the webinar

The hour-long ses­sion will engage orga­ni­za­tions that have devel­oped, adopt­ed and refined inte­grat­ed data sys­tems to bet­ter track and share infor­ma­tion about the chil­dren and par­ents they serve. Pan­elists from the Gar­rett Coun­ty Com­mu­ni­ty Action Com­mit­tee and Edu­ca­tion­al Alliance will dis­cuss their first­hand expe­ri­ences imple­ment­ing inte­grat­ed data sys­tems and out­line strate­gies for col­lect­ing and using data more effectively.

This webi­nar is part of a series — called Advanc­ing Two-Gen­er­a­tion Approach­es — that explores the com­mon chal­lenges orga­ni­za­tions face when try­ing to help par­ents and chil­dren thrive together.

Par­tic­i­pat­ing pan­elists are:

  • Rosa Maria Cas­tañe­da, senior asso­ciate at the Casey Foundation
  • T’Pring West­brook, senior asso­ciate at the Casey Foundation
  • Paige Hull Tee­gar­den, vice pres­i­dent of strate­gic ini­tia­tives for the Gar­rett Coun­ty Com­mu­ni­ty Action Committee
  • Sarah Koo, data man­ag­er for Edu­ca­tion­al Alliance

What: Advanc­ing Two-Gen­er­a­tion Approach­es: Inte­grat­ing Data to Sup­port Families

When: Thurs­day, May 17, 2018, at 1 p.m. EDT

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