I am happy to announce that Judevine Center for Autism has partnered with Therap for their documentation needs. The agency is looking to quickly get up and running in the system and have their staff trained so they can start realizing the efficiencies that Therap provides an agency. Rebecca Blackwell is the director of Judevine Center and you can find out more about Judevine at www.judevine.org.
If you or your agency would like to find out what Judevine Center has discovered contact us and I will be glad to show you the difference Therap can make at your agency.
Welcome to Therap Midwest Judevine Center for Autism! We hope to see you and many others at the upcoming KC Conference on May 7-8 in KC.
I am happy to announce that Northstar Residential recently partnered with Therap for their documentation needs. The agency is looking to quickly get up and running in the system and have their staff trained so they can start realizing the efficiencies that Therap provides an agency. David North is the director of Northstar and he recently attended a user group meeting that was hosted in Blue Springs. If you or your agency would like to find out what Northstar has discovered contact us and I will be glad to show you the difference Therap can make at your agency.
Welcome to Therap Midwest Northstar!
Therap is hosting a regional conference in Schiller Park on 4-23 and 4-24. If you are willing to travel to the Chicago area, this conference will be worth your while! We will have current customers, as well as those interested in Therap attending the conference.
Click here to see information about the conference.
Hope to see you there!
Wear LOTS OF SOCKS!
Down Syndrome International invites everyone across the world to wear LOTS OF SOCKS on 21 March 2013 to raise awareness on World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD).
We want to get people talking about WDSD on 21 March, and we can do this if we all wear socks…BUT NOT JUST ANY SOCKS…brightly coloured socks, mismatched socks, long socks, printed socks, 1 sock…maybe even 3 socks (or EXTRA socks) for 3 chromosomes. Or if you don’t normally wear socks then wear them. Just so long as they are socks which are on display and people will ask you about.
AND WHY STOP AT SOCKS? Wear brightly coloured clothing if you like, say if it’s too hot for socks. The choice is yours, but we ask you to join us in wearing something which will help tell the world about WDSD.
It is easy to do, so whether you are at home, nursery, school, university, work, play, travel, holiday or anywhere, join in!
On 21 March 2013, wear LOTS OF SOCKS and invite all your friends, family and colleagues to do the same.
Click here to learn more about Lots of Socks and World Down Syndrome Day.
Jeff and I spent the day at the INARF conference today. INARF is the principal membership organization in Indiana representing providers of services to people with disabilities. Our members serve over 60,000 Indiana citizens annually and employ over 14,500 full-time employees. For 34 years, INARF has maintained relationships with governmental agencies responsible for human service programs, promoted networking opportunities for members coordinated quality professional development programs and provided leadership and support in the promotion of quality programs for persons with disabilities. To learn more about INARF, click here.
I will be at the Wisconsin Dells next week. Look for pictures from the WALA conference. The theme is, “Born To Be Wild.” I can’t wait!
I just had the great pleasure of being in St. Charles Missouri for the past two days to train our newest agency Willows Way! They will be starting with Tlogs and Scomms during their first phase. After that they look forward to documenting the goals and outcomes of the clients they support. Willows Way has a lovely facility where they run there day program from. But that’s not all! They also have ISL as well as Community Integration. This is a wonderful company that is going places and Therap is glad to help them get there!
Jordan and I had a blast with the awesome staff at Gateway Services last week. We did visit with the bellboy at the hotel. Unfortunately, the lighting did not work very well for pictures, but here is the best picture we could get.
This week entails a couple of meetings and webinars, avoiding a snowstorm in Wisconsin and Chicago and a trip to Michigan toward the end of the week.
I hope everyone has a great week!
Jordan and I are here on a snowy day training some awesome employees at Gateway Services! Gateway Services is located in Princeton, Illinois. We will be here through tomorrow afternoon to get these folks ready to go live on 3-1-13! To learn more about Gateway Services, please click here
Here are a few photos from day one of training:
Here was a pretty neat entrepreneurial opportunity that Gateway is exploring:
We have a little snow here, so Jordan and I are going to skate back to the hotel and get a picture with the bellboy. Look for the picture tomorrow!
Jeff and I spent a majority of the week in southern IL and the St. Louis area, with a quick trip over to IN. We visited with several agencies who were interested in using Therap. We also visited with the awesome folks at BIS, Behavior Intervention Services, to get them started with writing ISP programs. If you want to read some additional information about BIS, click here.
We were then to head to Chicago last evening, but the weather prevented us from doing that. Here are a couple of photos I took yesterday as the weather went from bad to worse.
We did make it to St. Louis and ended up staying VERY close to the arch:
Look for some cool pictures next week from our training sessions scheduled in central IL!