Time Tracking Q&A

We’re pleased to announce our upcoming free webinar on ‘Time Tracking Q&A’ which will be held on November 12, 2019 at 2:30 PM (EST)/ 11:30 AM (PST). Participants in this webinar will get an overview of Therap’s Time Tracking module.

The Time Tracking module is designed to monitor activities and behavior changes. It can be used to document data based on time, including but not limited to Bed Checks, Sleep, Behavior, Mood, Repositioning, Toileting, Specialized Intake/Elimination (i.e. Ostomy), Restrictive Device, Adaptive Equipment, Accountability, and Community Inclusion/ Outings. Moreover, the participants will also learn how they can use the module to record information for the individuals that they support.

Did you Know?

Time Tracking is already included in your Therap Basic Package. Join this webinar to start implementing Time Tracking at your agency!

About the Speakers

Letisha Ulmer, who is an Assistant Director of Quality Assurance, joined Therap Training and Implementation team in 2014. She has worked in the Human Services field since 2008 in the state of New York where she filled professional roles including a Therap administrator, a resident benefits clerk and a day habilitation secretary.

Gretchen Falk-Lanfear, who is a Senior Training & Implementation Specialist, joined the Therap Services team for the Northeast Region in 2016. She previously worked for FAVARH (The ARC of the Farmington Valley) in CT as a Residential Manager for 15 years and served as a PMT Instructor, the Water Safety Director and Alzheimer’s and Dementia training specialist. Gretchen has been working with the Therap system at her prior agency since 2012 and has helped train staff on the system.

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Free Webinar: Time Tracking – It’s not just for sleep data

You are welcome to join our free webinar on our Time Tracking module which will be held on September 26, 2018 at 1:00 PM (ET)/10 AM (PT). Learn about the different ways your agency can use Time Tracking for not only tracking Sleep Data but also Bed Checks, Behavior, Mood, Repositioning, Toileting, Specialized Intake/Elimination (i.e. Ostomy), Restrictive Device, Adaptive Equipment, Accountability and Community Inclusion/Outings. Click here to learn more about the Time Tracking module.

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Did you Know

Time Tracking is already included in your Therap Basic Package. Join this webinar to start implementing Time Tracking at your agency!

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Free Webinar: Time Tracking – An Overview

You are welcome to join our free webinar on an overview of our Time Tracking module which will be held on August 24, 2018 at 1:00 PM (ET)/10 AM (PT). The Time Tracking module can be used to document data based on time, including but not limited to Bed Checks, Sleep, Behavior, Mood, Repositioning, Toileting, Specialized Intake/Elimination (i.e. Ostomy), Restrictive Device, Adaptive Equipment, Accountability and Community Inclusion/Outings. Click here to learn more about the Time Tracking module.

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Meet the Presenters

Gretchen Falk-Lanfear previously worked for FAVARH (The ARC of the Farmington Valley) in CT as a Residential Manager for 15 years and served as a PMT Instructor, the Water Safety Director and Alzheimer’s and Dementia training specialist. Gretchen has worked in both Residential Supports as well as job coaching and has provided in home support. Gretchen continues her work in the community as the Co-Local Coordinator for the Farmington Valley delegation for Special Olympics CT.

Johanna Kroth worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator running vocational evaluation and vocational adjustment services for over 10 years. Johanna then served as a Program Director running two vocational programs and developing a Community CAP program for school-aged children with developmental disabilities. She was a Qualified Professional for a variety of residential programs, including group homes and apartments for individuals with developmental disabilities, individuals living Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), and individuals that were dually diagnosed. In 2004 Johanna became a Regional Director and traveled and worked all across North Carolina as the agency she worked for took over multiple programs and facilities that were divested by the state. In 2010 she worked for an agency specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder, as the Director of Clinical Services and then later as a Quality Management Specialist. Johanna was a program administrator and responsible for the implementation of Therap at that organization.

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