Therap understands that different people learn and communicate differently. Therap, as part of its services, offers round-the-clock support and training options to meet the varying needs of its users.
Our support site at support.therapservices.net contains tools and information that can make using Therap a fun experience. Some of these are:
Search, User Guides, FAQs, Site Information
If your preferred method is to go straight for the documentation, we have our User Guides, which provide detailed steps on how to use a certain module, or Quick Guides which describe a very specific feature in short.
You may also use the search feature on the support site that lets you locate specific information about Therap with great ease. The Searches are profiled and the frequently searched-for topics are compiled into Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ) section.
Therap develops Flash based interactive training/learning modules to help users get acquainted with its modules.
The Automated Training modules, which features an animated, virtual trainer who jumps around the screen and shows the viewer how to use Therap. She also has small quizzes to check if you are following! This is great to consistently provide training on the modules that staff at an agency will use regularly to do their documentation. Its a fun and interactive approach!
Try this small game out to get a taste of the interactive training we’re talking about. The security of your data is a major goal of Therap, and this game was designed to teach care staff in a fun way about passwords and what makes a secure and strong one. Play
We have Walkabouts which involves the user trying to answer questions about Therap’s system by looking at it and seeking out where to click to get a certain task done.
You can also decide to join a live Webinars with our Training and Implementation staff, or view recorded webinars from our archives. It’s a good way to go when you are first starting out.
Live Help enables you to get help in real time from Therap Customer Support. You may click on the Live Help button from the website, or when you are signed into Therap, and chat with our Customer Support staff.
Every application in the system also has a “Feedback” link at the bottom of the page. This lets you share opinion on the application, question system operation, and report issues at your convenience. Therap’s Training & Implementation Team ensures that users receives a reply within 24 hours to these feedback.
You may also contact us to send general queries and feedback without having to log in.
You can use these forms in cases where you are unable to use Therap directly due to unavailable computers or power outages.
Visit our Offline Forms page to check listings.
Therap puts high importance on communicating with its users to better understand the needs of the developmental disability community, and has multiple channels where users can get together and share their knowledge, both online and real meetings (Conferences and Users Group meetings).
Therap has several blogs to increase communication with its users. These blogs help users learn about the latest events and developments at Therap. The writers of these blogs include our CEO, COO, support staff, and even Customers. You’ll find lots of good discussion topics related to the Therap System enhancements, the DD/ID Industry, traveling, football, and even robotics!
Therap Ideas provide a platform where users can share all the exciting enhancement ideas for the Therap system. Users can find a list of ideas that have been shared by Therap users, with support for comments. These ideas are reviewed and followed up by Therap team members on a daily basis and discussed during enhancement sessions.
Therap also provides another knowledge sharing platform through Therap Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Members of the developmental disabilities community can join this group and share their valuable insights about issues related to Quality Assurance, Mobile Documentation, EHR and other issues related to electronic documentation, communication and reporting.
This exchange of thoughts, knowledge and best practices helps Therap better understand the issues that the community faces and address them accordingly.