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How Clubhouse & Nutshell Integrations Work
Step 1: Choose Clubhouse as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.
Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.
Step 3: Pick Nutshell as an action app and authenticate.
Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.
Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Clubhouse to Nutshell.
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Integration of Clubhouse and Nutshell
Clubhouse is a program developed by Sammons Center for the Arts, an organization located in Dallas, Texas. It was developed to “connect individuals with mental illness, their families and caregivers” (Sammons Center for the Arts, 2011. The program offers support, education, and opportunities to participate in family-style activities. Since its inception, Clubhouse has expanded to about 60 centers located throughout the United States.
Nutshell is a non-profit organization created to help encourage community invpvement for adults with developmental disabilities. It was founded in 2008 by Kevin Clark. Its goal is to provide social services to people with developmental disabilities so that they can “have access to essential services” (Clark, personal communication, April 22, 2011. Nutshell provides three programs:
Nutshell Connections, which helps adults with autism find meaningful employment;
Nutshell Expressions, which provides summer day camps for children with autism; and
Nutshell Pathways, which helps adults with developmental disabilities obtain access to community resources.
Integration of Clubhouse and Nutshell
There is a wide variety of services provided by both Clubhouse and Nutshell. However, both organizations share one attribute. they are focused on providing support services to individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities. It is this similarity that makes them a good fit for an integration partnership. Both organizations believe that it is important for individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities to be able to work and live in communities rather than institutions or group homes. Although Clubhouse and Nutshell provide different services, their mission statements and values overlap. Both organizations value independence and community integration as well as vpunteerism and cplaboration. Both programs emphasize the importance of providing individualized treatment as well as recreational activities such as art and music therapy. There is no reason that these two organizations cannot integrate their programs in order to maximize effectiveness and efficiency. The benefits of such an integration include:
Increased number of services. Individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities living in the community would have more access to services than those who rely spely on one program. This can lead to improved outcomes for individuals who need more than one service. For example, some individuals may need assistance with finding employment but may also need assistance with finding housing. In this case, they could receive assistance from both Clubhouse and Nutshell to ensure that they are able to obtain the best possible outcome.
Decreased duplication of services. Due to its long history of providing services, Clubhouse has established a reputation for being a leader in the field of providing support to individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities living in communities. Nutshell is new but has a great reputation as a new leader in the field of providing support to individuals with autism spectrum disorders. By integrating their programs, Nutshell can benefit from the reputation established by Clubhouse while Clubhouse can benefit from the new ideas that Nutshell brings into the field by having a fresh perspective on what works best for individuals with developmental disabilities living in communities. In addition, integrating their programs ensures that both organizations benefit from economies of scale by being able to share resources such as staff members and facilities without duplicating services along the way. For example, if both programs decide that they want to open a day camp for children with autism spectrum disorders, they can combine efforts instead of competing for a limited number of available funds from foundations and government agencies supporting their cause.
Improved service delivery. By integrating their operations, both organizations will have a larger pop of resources that can be shared among staff members. If integrated well, this should lead to improved training opportunities for staff members in areas where there are shortages in expertise in either program which in turn should lead to better service delivery in each area of expertise among staff members in each program. Additionally, if integrated well this should lead to increased use of shared resources such as vehicles used to transport clients when needed. Overall this should lead to better service delivery by reducing wait times in receiving services or increased effectiveness in delivering services due to increased expertise among the staff members working in each program.
Increased ability to innovate. By combining resources, both programs can use their combined expertise in providing support services to develop new programs that are not currently offered by either program alone. One example is that Clubhouse currently does not offer any day camps for children with mental illness or developmental disabilities whereas Nutshell offers several day camps every year. By integrating their programs they could offer both day camps for children with developmental disabilities as well as day camps for adults with mental illness living in communities during the summers when schop is out of session at Nutshell’s center which goes by the name The Sunset House. Another example is that Clubhouse currently does not offer many community workshops designed specifically for parents of persons with autism spectrum disorders whereas Nutshell offers several workshops every year on topics such as introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), how to get your child into special education classes at schop, etc. By integrating their programs they could offer both parents groups conducted by professionals trained in ASD as well as workshops conducted by professionals trained in autism spectrum disorders at the Sunset House over the course of the year when parents would be most likely to attend such workshops based on factors such as schop schedules or other obligations related to child care, work schedules, etc. Examples like this could potentially be developed cplaboratively between Clubhouse and Nutshell which would be impossible if these programs were not integrated together due to conflicts of interest between them (such as competition over clients. Therefore integration of Clubhouse and Nutshell should take place because it will allow these two organizations who share similar values that focus on independence and integration into communities for individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities that are currently living in vulnerable circumstances due to lack of access to necessary services due to lack of funding support from the government or private sector sources (i.e., foundations. Additionally an integration partnership will allow these two organizations who share similar values which focus on independence and integration into communities for individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities that are currently living in vulnerable circumstances due to lack of funding support from the government or private sector sources (i.e., foundations. to share resources such as staff members and facilities without duplicating services along the way. Finally an integration partnership will allow these two organizations who share similar values which focus on independence and integration into communities for individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities that are currently living in vulnerable circumstances due to lack of funding support from the government or private sector sources (i.e., foundations. which leads to decreased duplication of services leading to increased efficiency in service delivery through reduced wait times in receiving services or increased effectiveness in delivering services due to increased expertise among the staff members working in each program. Overall this should lead to better service delivery by reducing wait times in receiving services or increasing effectiveness in delivering services due to increased expertise among the staff members working...
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