To begin their staffing is far more diverse. They actually have organized roles that helps staff with reducing the amount of work that they must perform. With specialized tasks each person can focus on what they need to be doing not picking up the slack for another person. Seems small but this accounts for a lot of lagging and backlog with child welfare that lacks such precise organization.
I like it when a county publishes their numbers. It really shows transparency and how effective their system works. It is expected but nice to know that their LPS conservatorship unit has the greatest number of conservatees. Because of this they have really refined their conservatorship program. Because of their resources they are able to take on more cases than other counties who are stripped for funding and resources.
They also add insights and personal stories of conservatees. The agency highlights some of the ways conservatees have been impacted by the public conservator's help. Even though the stories seem generic, there are no other agencies that I know of who highlight personal instances where the conservatees benefitted from public conservator assistance.
Juvenile Dependency and