Have you tried the new Individual Home on your phone?

The new individual home which you can find by logging into our Beta release of Therap 2016.0 at https://beta.TherapServices.net is the first module showing our new User Interface (UI) which we will be gradually rolling out across the whole application.

Therap 2016.0 Mobile Login

The UI is designed to be “responsive”.  This means that it will configure itself to whatever size screen you are working on, even your phone!

If you remember what Individual Home looks like on your regular screen, it is something like this:

Individual Home - Home Top


On your phone though it looks like this:

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By |2016-02-12T21:34:59-05:00February 12th, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.0, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Therap for iOS :: Coming in Therap 2016.0

There are many questions that I get asked repeatedly, pretty high on the list is “When are we getting an iOS App”.  Well, the answer is now “With Therap 2016.0”.  While it won’t be as fully featured as the Android one yet, what we have done is establish an iOS team to work specifically on this.  What you will see first is the foundation which the other modules will be added to over the course of 2016.

Therap for iOS Login

Starting with the new login screen, you’ll notice it is very similar to the Android App.  It does use exactly the same data, but there are places where the look and feel […]

By |2016-02-08T21:48:14-05:00February 8th, 2016|Categories: Therap 2016.0|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Attaching Photos from your Android Phone

I am always excited when I learn a new trick. There’s not much better than a new Therap/Android one, so here goes:

Did you know that you can upload photos directly to Therap from your phone without having them stored there?

Neither did I until I was hanging out with Nathan (Primecare’s Director of Nursing in Connecticut).

Here’s what you do (at least on my Verizon Galaxy Nexus)

  1. Turn on your phone!

Screen showing android phone's dashboard.

  1. Log into Therap

Screenshot of Therap login page on an android phone.

  1. Go to New T-Log (or other place you can attach)

By |2012-04-30T14:43:09-05:00April 30th, 2012|Categories: Android|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Keep up to date with the Therap Provider Administrator Conference

National Provider Admin Conference
Feb 8- 10, Ramada, Fishkill, New York
Come and enjoy three days of exciting sessions with the Therap staff, trainers, and also people from across the country who has been using Therap. Its a great opportunity for prospective and existing users to learn about the system, and also the developmental disability industry at large.
  • User Presentations
  • Register

Fishkill in the palm of your hand

At our National Provider Administrator Conference, we will be launching our new Mobile Conference Application.  This is something we tested last year in Oregon and you can now see in its full glory.

Any web accessible phone or device will be able access it and you can even set up a cute little icon on your screen:

Then you will see our main menu:

and as much as you want to know about what is going on:

Then if you have comments you can share them with the rest of the conference by filling out this form:

Doing that will share your comments with the rest of the Conference on screens that will look something like this:

This will be a great way to keep up […]

Therap iPhone App on its way

In the next couple of days we will be submitting our brand new Therap T-Log App to the Apple App Store!

As opposed to the Mobile T-Log Reader which you may have used before, the is a “real” native iPhone (or iPad or iPod Touch) App.

In addition to being able to read and write T-Logs, you can also include photos, audio, and your GPS Location!  We’ll be showing this off in Fishkill and you should be able to try it out for yourself in a few weeks.

Read more here

User Guide here


:: Justin ::

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Therap iPhone Tlog App

By |2011-01-31T09:03:58-05:00January 31st, 2011|Categories: mobile|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Therap Conferences – Going Mobile

The folks who are attending our conference in Oregon are the first to try out our latest venture into the world of mobile computing.

In preparation for even more amazing things at our National Conference in Fishkill, NY in February were are testing an early release or our mobile conference website.

To see what’s on offer, go to www.TherapServices.net/or on your mobile device.

Here’s a preview:

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By |2010-11-15T10:50:07-05:00November 15th, 2010|Categories: Android, Therap Conferences|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Want to try Therap Mobile on a Blackberry?

Graphic of Mobile Apps

We have already received a lot of great feedback about our move to mobile apps.  However there seems to be a group of you out there feeling rather left out…

As you can see from the graphic above, we are focusing on the Android and iOS (Apple) operating systems.  “But what about all the Blackberry users out there?” I hear you scream.  Well, the major problem is that you Blackberry doesn’t have a very good browser and so doesn’t work with standard mobile browser standards.  It looks like the latest Blackberry OS is going to fix this, but for now, if you want to use our mobile T-Log reader we suggest that […]

By |2010-10-19T09:55:41-05:00October 19th, 2010|Categories: mobile|Tags: , |0 Comments

Therap Mobile Going Live with T-Log Reading

Graphics of Therap Apps

Therap is always looking for new ways to help you get the most out of your data and easier ways to access it.  As part of this we are developing for mobile phones, tablets, PDAs, which we believe are the future of online documentation.

This will be a major development area for Therap moving forward.  Currently we are offering specially developed browser based access to specific areas of the applicatio.

As we move forward, we will […]

By |2010-10-18T14:30:58-05:00October 18th, 2010|Categories: mobile|Tags: , , |0 Comments
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