Manipulating ISP Reports in Excel

I was working with Mary-Beth and the fine folks at Oak Hill on getting their ISP Data Reports just the way they want them.

They have standard prompt levels which are scored 1 through 5.  At the end of the month they like to have an average score for each task and overall.

By putting the full name of the prompt level in the Caption and the number in the acromym/label for the scoring method I was able to do the following thanks to a couple of simple tricks in Excel.

I was also able to use GoToMeeting to very easily record the process for them and help them out with their training.

Do you have examples of how you get data […]

By |2015-02-22T04:53:14-05:00August 6th, 2010|Categories: Connecticut, ISP|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Sazzad's latest suprise: New York Hab Plans in Therap 8.1

I think that Sajjadul dropped himself in hot water by letting slip on a call yesterday that he was testing Hab Plans.  Always wanting to play with new toys and also being very excited about this I begged Sazzad for a look.

Here’s what I saw:

If you are from New York, these will make perfect sense.  If not, then take a look and see if you would find them useful.

Once again, Sazzad and his team have exceeded all expectations!

Hab Plan FirstPage by you.

Starting on FirstPage, you’ll see that Hab Plans have their very own area (and set of roles).  […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:54-05:00April 2nd, 2009|Categories: Development, ISP, new york, Therap 8.1|Tags: , , , , , |5 Comments

More wonders from Sazzad and his team!

I always love it when Sazzad starts a conversation with something like “We’ve been working on this idea…”.  It always ends up being really cool and really useful.  I am convinced that he now understands the Developmental Disability industry in the US better that an awful lot of so-called experts.

Here’s his latest offering:

A normal ISP Report might look somethign like this (click on the image to see a bigger version in Flickr

Screenshot of a normal ISP report page

All very cool, but lots of numbers and not always easy to interpret.  How about if the report looked like this:

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By |2016-11-03T04:24:55-05:00March 12th, 2009|Categories: Development, ISP, Therap 8.1|Tags: , , |6 Comments
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