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Software for Developmental Disability Service Providers

State map of MontanaTherap is excited to work with the State of Montana and all provider agencies in a joint goal of improving communication and documentation needs in the developmental disability field. We are here to assist and support you in all phases of transition and will work diligently to make this process as smooth as possible.

Register your agency with Therap Services

This is the first step you will need to take. To register with Therap, all agencies are required to complete a Provider Self Provisioning or PSP, which will require entering some basic agency information like address and phone numbers, and identifying who will be your agency’s Provider Administrators (PA). The total process of PSP is explained in a document available here.

Account Setup

Please contact the Provider Administrator of the specific agency you wish to have access to.

Incident Reporting for Montana

The General Event Reports (GERs) is a module for Incident Reports and have been designed to track multiple related incidents for an individual. Using the General Event Reporting tool, users can report and follow-up on a wide range of incidents including injuries, behavioral concerns and accidents among others.

With the 2013.1.6 Therap Application system updates, users in Montana will no longer have the option to include the ‘State form’ on the GER form, due to a change in state regulations.

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Events & Training

We arrange many training and support events through out the calendar, such as Conferences, Information Sessions, User Group Meetings, Webinars etc. Sign up for an upcoming event or view a recorded event from the list below for your region. If nothing is available for your region please go to our events page or contact us for details.

Training Session for Montana Users

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Blogs & Updates

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