Webinars & Events
How schools and universities can improve student well-being
The ongoing digital transformation of education has helped expand the academic possibilities available to post-secondary students, allowing them to pursue a variety of courses and educational streams. This has increased the competition for colleges and universities, who must work harder to attract and retain students in a rapidly changing environment.
Educational institutions and providers must adopt innovative approaches to meet the needs of students today.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it additional challenges, some of which include reduced or restricted travel and mandated social distancing, accelerating and underlining the need for colleges and universities to expand their range of student services.
For students, a sense of security and safety is now a major consideration in choosing their post-secondary institution.
In this live webinar, we’ll discuss how colleges and universities can enhance student well-being and improve retention rates. During this session we’ll discuss how to:
- Efficiently manage Individual Service Plans
- Effectively access & manage progress tracking of student cases
- Ensure data accuracy and develop relevant reports
- Manage data security, privacy, and confidentiality
Seats are limited. Please send your questions prior to the live discussion to ensure that they are addressed.
How to grow funding and service more clients
With new working environments, service delivery options, and changed rules of engagement brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has shifted significantly in the last six months.
Nonprofits and social service organizations have either already seen a shift or will soon start feeling the impact of this new normal.
For example, funding may decrease or evaporate for some sectors, while others may see the opposite. In either scenario, however, there will be a higher degree of scrutiny from funders, as well as a greater emphasis on showing the value and impact of their funding.
Agencies must increase their funding to stay relevant and keep providing services to the vulnerable. In turn, increased funding will enhance the capacity of organizations to serve larger audiences and/or provide more services.
Join Greg Stanley-Horn, the co-founder of Athena Software and our Sales director, Jordan Fox, and learn:
- How technology can help your organization obtain funding
- Do you need a CRM, EMR/EHR, or a case management platform?
- Should you build or buy your platform?
- Why the first steps together are critical
How to secure grants
Continuing our discussion from last month on how to grow funding and serve more clients, this month we’ll be talking about how to ensure that grants and funding are secured.
With multiple agencies and organizations vying for the same limited funding, it all comes down to how effectively an organization can demonstrate the value of their services.
Participate in this conversation between Jordan Fox, Athena Software’s Director of Sales, and Amanda McInnis, our VP of Customer Success, moderated by our Director of Marketing, Ray Sabharwal, and learn:
- What is outcomes-based funding
- How to leverage reporting for funding within social service and nonprofit environments
- The benefits of showcasing indirect vs. direct time to funders
- How reporting works in Penelope
How to reduce errors and enhance data efficiency within your case management
In some of our previous sessions, we debated how to grow funding and serve more clients and how to secure grants.
It’s extremely important today and in the future that social service and nonprofit organizations demonstrate effectiveness to continue or grow their funding base. The ability to display efficiency will not only ensure optimal ROI for your funders but also enable organizations to serve a larger group of people or provide additional services.
Join Jordan Fox, Athena Software’s Director of Sales, and Amanda McInnis, our VP of Customer Success and learn about:
- Why it’s important to reduce errors and improve efficiency
- What tools and features are available in Penelope to help accelerate this journey
- Integration capabilities through the Penelope Integration Engine
- Examples and scenarios of Penelope customers leveraging modules and features like Walk.Me and our pre-loaded Standard Assessment
General Penelope Webinar
Learn more about some high-level aspects of Penelope, including our simple intake and scheduling processes, the unique Penelope case file structure which allows you to store all information about a client or family in a single case, and how to track data easily and securely using forms, notes, assessments, and more.
Penelope for remote service delivery
Join Jordan Fox, Athena Software’s Director of Sales, as he provides an overview of how Penelope can assist your organization with the transition to remote service delivery.
EHR vs. Case Management Software
Join Athena Senior Sales Executive Micah Gold-Utting as he explores the differences between case management software and EHR solutions, and how to select the system that works best for your social service organization.
YWCA Calgary discusses why they use Penelope
When the client information management system YWCA Calgary had been using for seven years could no longer meet their needs, they started their months-long search for a better solution, eventually making the informed decision to switch to Penelope.
Watch the video to learn more about how YWCA Calgary realized it was time for new software, why they chose to work with Athena Software, and how Penelope has made an impact on the lives of their staff and clients.
Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services on Penelope
Join Nicole Jabbour, Athena Software’s Senior Sales Manager, and Blair Armstrong, Research and Systems Administrator at Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services, as they discuss how Kahnawake is using Penelope to track and report on client information and service delivery, while helping to provide secure virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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