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The busy schedules of developers for releasing new Therap modules, are also shared by the content writers and designers, in creating users guides, and a range of marketing materials. In the last few months we’ve produced two catalogs to inform prospective Therap users about

  1. The Billing Support modules that automate the Medicaid billing process from service data or attendance records, and
  2. The Therap for Android app, which provides Android users mobile access to:
    • ISP Data collection forms, with the ability to view collected scores and the details of the ISP Program
    • Mobile MARs, with the ability to check details of medications (from First DataBank drug database), schedules, PRNs, diagnoses and allergies.
    • Password Reset module for administrators, case managers, or supervisors who have the ability to reset the Therap account passwords for the staff at their agency
The catalogs can be downloaded from here:
www.therapservices.net/publications/catalogs/

Little Trip to India!

Since I got my Android phone, I’ve been obsessed with the panaroma picture mode on the camera! I just know I have to calm down and select the subjects more carefully. On my recent trip to India, I do believe I did that well! :)


The house of Rabindranath Thakur (Tagore to the world) now turned museum

The Red Fort in Delhi, the capital of India, the once capital of the Moghul King Shah Jahan, more known for the construction of the Taj Mahal.
The Red Fort in Delhi, the capital of India, the once capital of the Moghul King Shah Jahan, more known for the construction of the Taj Mahal.

A Therap Booth

The designers are always asking for photographs from the sales team to get a glimpse of how the graphics are looking at exhibitions/conferences. Finally, we have a photograph that is a champion (for more reasons than one)! Thanks to Michelle!

Therap Exhibit, at the IARF Conference, 2012

The Therap Catalog, as of August 2012

Last month, we completed designing and putting together our catalog. It is the product of the combined effort between the sales team, the writers and the design team. We hope everyone will find the catalog informative and useful in their search for a comprehensive documentation solution for intellectual and developmental disabilities services, health records, and billing. The printers are doing their work to get the hard copies out, but meanwhile we also have the catalog available for download from our website!

If you want it, go to www.TherapServices.net and scroll all the way to the bottom. You’ll see a colorful Catalog icon on the orange bar at the bottom (see pic below) that will lead you to it! Enjoy.

DSP Recognition Week Coming Up

Whereas last September, we had DSP recognition week, this year it seems a lot of states are moving towards making it a month! We’ll have to come back soon with some designs that also show our appreciation of these wonderful people who do an extremely good job throughout the year of making a difference in the lives of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Our design from last year >

Related:
http://blog.thearc.org/tag/developmental-disabilities-awareness-month/

Latest Conference boxes

A Happy New Year!

As promised, here are animated new year/seasons’ greetings from our Design Team. Enjoy…

Seasons’ Greetings, Short and Sweet:

A Lookback at 2011, and a New Year’s Wish:

Near another Year!

As we come close to 2012, we have some things to look back on, and some things to looks forward to, like Therap Version 2012!

There is also some celebrations coming up before the year ends that we hope everyone has a merry time at those! We believe we’ve had a good year, we hope we’ll transcend that next year, and we’d like to wish everyone the same!

Have a Happy and Successful New Year and Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from everyone at Therap!

We’ll be back soon with an animated version of this card! *smiley*

The Break from the Holiday

Every now and then, the design team gets a chance to take a break from the tasks related to support materials or marketing stuff like catalogs or fliers. These are the holidays! If you browse around the site you will find a splash for Christmas or Hanukkah. This year, we did our first Puja card. Puja is a Hindu occasion for prayer, and a week ago, it was time for Durga Puja which is a week long prayer. Many of Dhaka city’s fields are decorated and special houses are built for the deities and the people who will come for prayer. Our card features the likeness of Durga, and she is the center of this puja as you can tell by the name! Here are our two designs.

Splash: Upcoming Event at Minnesota for Providers

Splash sent to the Application to inform users about this event

Our conferences are generally useful for all our existing customers, plus those who wish to learn about our services. Since the splash goes out to those currently using the system, the design and style of it is to provide a lot more information about the training that will help their staff ease into Therap’s software system.

On the other hand, for reaching those who might be interested in getting to know Therap or trying it out, we try other styles.

Message on our official website reaching out to DD service providers and professionals