APS supervisors have a complex position and are expected to fill many different roles. One of those roles is planning for, monitoring, reviewing, and rewarding staff performance. This brief addresses the performance management cycle and includes tips for making expectations clear, documenting performance, evaluating home visits, and more.
These virtual meetings are designed to bring together adult protective services (APS) investigators/caseworkers, supervisors, and administrators who may be struggling with similar issues or concerns. Attendees are invited to exchange help with difficult cases, brainstorm how to work with challenging partners, share resources, and get peer advice on how to tackle related concerns framed around discussion questions on related topics.
The APS TARC, on behalf of the Administration for Community Living, developed a series of toolkits to assist APS programs across policy and practice on a single topic.
This working tool will help Lead Agencies customize a plan and timeline for data gathering to inform provider rate setting.
This resource outlines the importance of adopting boundaries between work and life priorities. Additionally, it provides strategies workers can use to create boundaries, especially when work and life are in the same space.
Out-of-School Time (OST) programs and organizations can explore implementing accountability strategies to help reduce inequities that are a result of limited access to resources and services.
This tipsheet is designed to help Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) lead agencies and other policymakers reflect on how current policies and practices impact access to high-quality child care for school-age children, and it offers additional ideas for promoting more equitable outcomes.
These infographics represent the National Adult Maltreatment Reporting System (NAMRS) data elements and code values.
This resource highlights key requirements of the comprehensive background check requirements from the CCDBG Act of 2014 and the CCDF final rule.