A Powerful Tool to Build Relationships and Reduce Paperwork
Every Child's Story is Unique
With ICMS, IntelliTect’s intake and case management system for childcare providers, the story of a child’s stay is tracked in an app that provides accurate and timely data and reports for caregivers and parents. As a bonus, this crisis nursery software simplifies state-mandated reporting. Your caregivers can reduce time spent on paperwork using this paperless system and instead focus on providing the best childcare management possible.
And Anything But Predictable
A child’s stay at a nursery or day care generally starts with a check-in process documenting special notes and concerns from the parent, followed by a stay packed full of activities, and ends with the child’s safe return to parents. But, despite routine, each child’s day is different. With the easy-to-use ICMS app, you can accurately record these details in real-time.
With ICMS, Moments Matter
The ICMS crisis nursery software was designed side-by-side with the Vanessa Behan crisis nursery team. This intuitive system simplifies the manual intake processes, so you have more time to grow relationships. With ICMS childcare management, you eliminate the need for paper documents by handling intake and discharge, scheduling, stay information, and reporting in one easy-to-use app.
The ICMS End-to-End Process
Calls and Scheduling
Organize and catalog all calls received in this easy-to-use paperless system. Stay in compliance with staff-to-child ratio by viewing real-time staff availability. See who is coming, who is already here, who will be leaving, and who has recently left.
Follow Up and Family Records
Intake & Discharge
Meals, Feeding, Activities, Medications, and Diapers
Record, review, and modify notes and daily activities at the click of a button within the crisis nursery software. Quickly and accurately view which child has allergies (and what type).
“The solution that Grant and his team built has completely transformed the way the Nursery operates in such an awesome way.”
Development Director, Vanessa Behan