Therap is a proud sponsor of the North Carolina Council of Community Programs’ 2016 Conference which is going to take place at Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst, NC from December 7-9. North Carolina provider agencies currently use Therap to meet documentations needs, including demographics, person centered individual support plans, care plans, medication administration records and progress notes. Stop by our booth to find out what’s new in Therap and what lies ahead. We’re excited to share some of the best user experiences and Therap content and hope you can join us!
We’re pleased to announce the upcoming User Group Webinar for Therap users in the state of North Carolina which will be held on March 29th, 2PM EST.
This is an opportunity for Therap users from agencies in the state of North Carolina to meet and discuss state and regional issues, and clarify and learn about the latest Therap releases and how they are aligned with the North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services (NC DHHS). It is an open forum to check in with Therap and learn from and share with other Therap users in the area. Therap team member, Jason Laws, will be on hand to answer any technical questions and transmit the group’s consensus state needs and requirements to the Therap development team for review.
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We’re pleased to announce the upcoming conference in Greensboro, North Carolina on May 10-11, 2016
The conference will be a good place for prospective users to learn about individual support documentation and reporting, electronic health records (EHR) and training management.
The conference will be especially beneficial for Therap users in North and South Carolina and agencies from surrounding states would also find it useful.
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The Department of Labor (DOL) published a Final Rule on October 1, 2013 extending minimum wage and overtime pay protections under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to most home care workers (who may have job titles such as home health aide or personal care assistant) who provide essential assistance to people with disabilities and older adults. On August 21, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a decision upholding the Final Rule. On Friday, September 18th from 2:00-3:00pm Eastern Time, senior leadership from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division and Office of the Solicitor will hold a webinar to discuss the Home Care Final Rule. Presenters will provide an overview of the Final Rule as well as the Department’s guidance regarding joint employment in domestic service employment under the FLSA and the application of the FLSA to shared living programs. Our comments will address questions we have received from states, including about the home care litigation.
TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR:
Please click https://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-care-final-rule-implementation-webinar-for-states-registration-18538483102 to register for the webinar.
Once you register, you will receive an email with the information you need to access the webinar.
There will be a question and answer period after DOL’s presentation. If you would like to submit a question(s) in advance, please email it email@example.com at your earliest convenience. During the webinar, we will respond to as many questions as possible.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Information about the Home Care Final Rule is available athttp://www.dol.gov/whd/homecare/.
Information about the litigation related to the Home Care Final Rule is available at http://www.dol.gov/whd/homecare/litigation.htm.
U.S. Court of Appeals Unanimously Upholds DOL Home Care Rule
|Thank you for your engagement with the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division regarding the Home Care Final Rule.On Friday, August 21, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued a unanimous decision upholding the Home Care Final Rule. DOL issued the statement below, which is available on our website at http://www.dol.gov/whd/homecare/litigation.htm
This site will be updated with any changes related to litigation, so please check back for updates.
Today’s decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia is vital to nearly two million home care workers, who will now qualify for minimum wage and overtime protections. The decision confirms this rule is legally sound. And just as important, the rule is the right thing to do — both for employees, whose demanding work merits these fundamental wage guarantees, and for recipients of services, who deserve a stable and professional workforce allowing them to remain in their homes and communities.
The DOL has led an unprecedented implementation program to help employers prepare for compliance, including offering an extensive and individualized technical assistance program, providing a 15-month period before the effective date to aid compliance, and adopting a time-limited non-enforcement policy. DOL has repeatedly encouraged states and other employers to take the necessary steps toward implementation. The Department continues to stand ready to provide technical assistance to states and other entities as they implement the Final Rule.