Therap is happy to sponsor The Arc of Kentucky Annual Conference– Best Practice for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. The conference will be held on February 21 & 22, 2019 at Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport, in Louisville, KY. Don’t forget to stop by our booth!
The Arc of Kentucky is the largest private, non-profit, multi-purpose volunteer organization with local chapters across the state, made up of people who are dedicated to attaining and ensuring a better life for Kentuckians with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc is a grassroots organization formed in 1955.
Therap Services is an online software service that provides secure, HIPAA compliant electronic documentation and communication for provider agencies working with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Therap suite of application has various modules including T-Log, GER, ISP, Health Tracking and many more. Therap will take part in the conference and this conference will be an excellent platform for sharing and exchanging information related to Therap and how Therap is helping individuals receiving services through Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities.
Mark your calendar to stop by our booth to discuss how our electronic documentation software has in store for the state of Kentucky.
We are almost at the very end, and this is that time of the year! Therap’s National conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, is scheduled to take place from January 29-31, 2019. The conference will be held at the Hilton Charlotte University Place.
This conference will be a great opportunity to learn about new Therap modules for those you may not be using and to network with other Therap users. Sessions covered in the conference ranges from walkthroughs of most modules, billing, and service utilization set-up, to user-driven discussions on how to meet licensing audits and the latest needs for state compliance.
Our plenary keynote speakers:
Cathy Ficker Terrill
Cathy, who is Chair of Human Services Research Institute, was a president and CEO of The Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities, an Illinois-based organization dedicated to providing leadership and technical assistance to drive public policy and promote best practices for individuals with disabilities.
Michelle C. Reynolds
Michelle is the Director of Individual Advocacy and Family Support of UMKC-Institute for Human Development (UCEDD), where she has worked for over 17 years. In this role, she is responsible for projects that directly impact the lives of persons with disabilities and their families.
There will be 200+ Sessions which will be available soon on our Whova App!
Florida Housing Finance Corporation was appropriated non-recurring grant funds by the 2013 Legislature as follows: $10 million for housing for persons with developmental disabilities, and $10 million for housing for homeless persons and families. Florida Housing has announced two public workshops, both on August 8, 2013, to discuss how we expect to offer this funding and receive comments on our proposed approaches from interested stakeholders. We expect to offer the funding through three “Requests for Applications” (RFAs) as follows:
• An RFA for small developments to provide permanent supportive housing for persons with developmental disabilities;
• An RFA for larger developments to provide permanent supportive housing for persons with developmental disabilities; and
• An RFA for to provide permanent supportive housing for homeless persons and families.
Go tohttp://apps.floridahousing.org/StandAlone/FHFC_ECM/ContentPage.aspx?PAGE=0400 for information on where and when the public meetings will be held. In addition, you will find discussion documents for each RFA that describe Florida Housing’s proposed funding approaches.
Elaine Roberts – Florida Housing Finance Corporation