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TiHS Episode 23: Carrie Moody & Dave Montague – 211, the essential service you don’t know enough about

Welcome to episode 23 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this conversation I’m speaking with Dave Montague and Carrie Moody from Findhelp Information Services in Toronto. Among other things, they manage the 211 service in the Greater Toronto Area.

Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group

Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group – looking for your input/groupe de travail sur le secteur de l’établissement et la technologie – looking for your input

I’m chairing the Task Group and would love to connect about your experiences, challenges, successes, and ideas to move the sector forward toward digital and hybrid service delivery models. Let’s connect so we can learn from your experiences.

Apps for human services – a review of Chalmers bot

You likely have seen some news about a new app to help people experiencing homelessness in Toronto find and access services – Chalmers Bot. It’s a great story. I decided to dive in and try it out. Here’s my assessment, along with a screen-cast of me using Chalmers. I think you should try it out.

Social work in the digital age: secure tech tools for social good

This research looks at how new technologies can increase mobility and efficiency in the field of social work, while keeping data secure. Harnessing these efficiencies is a chance to focus resources on vital in-person services for clients.

WTF (What’s the Future) of Settlement Work 5: technology & innovation for the public interest

Welcome to the fifth edition of WTF (What’s the Future) of Settlement Work! (Thanks for subscribing! As always, I’d love your feedback. All you need to do is hit reply and let me know what you liked, didn’t like, what you’d like to see that’s not here, etc. I hope you find this week’s edition Read more about WTF (What’s the Future) of Settlement Work 5: technology & innovation for the public interest[…]