While we don’t require users to login to search on Aunt Bertha, we think users - be they a person seeking help, helping others, or providing services - absolutely should log in (but we are admittedly biased). Give us a quick moment to try to explain.
Why Users Should Log In:
Individual users who log in to AuntBertha.com get special features that are unlocked with a free account.
- Save your favorite programs - Skip the search for your favorite programs each time you come in. Save your favorites and organize them into folders for quick access.
Figure 1. Make Folders of Your Favorite Programs
- Manage referrals - View and manage the status of referrals that you have made for yourself or on behalf of someone else.
Figure 2. Manage Referrals That You Make
- View analytics - View a detailed search history and get special reports on programs and searches in your area. With individual reporting you can get answers to questions like: What new programs have been added to my area? Or what search did I do to find that program I liked?
Figure 3. Individual Search History
In order to access your new reporting and analytics tools, first you have to create an account and log into Aunt Bertha. If you haven’t created an account yet, you can do so here.
You will have to complete some searches in order to have a search history, but make sure you log in each time in order to keep your data current.
Once you’ve built some history, you can find your reports in the navigation at the top of the page. Just click the link called “Analytics".
If you manage a program that helps others in need, you should take a look at how Aunt Bertha helps direct service providers, too!