Introducing a new Module: Charting the LifeCourse

Therap welcomes you to join our upcoming webinar on the introduction of a new module called ‘Charting the LifeCourse’. This webinar is scheduled to be held on 14th May, 2020 at 4:00 PM (EST). Ishya “Shae” Dotson and Caiti Woodburn will present to you a comprehensive overview of how you can use this module to complete your daily documentation effortlessly and efficiently.

The module, Charting the LifeCourse, is a person-centered framework. It is designed to consist of several tools that can provide a comprehensive approach to planning support for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) and/or their families. In this webinar, you will learn how to utilize these tools effectively so that the individuals under your care can live an enhanced life that they desire. 

Charting the LifeCourse currently includes the following tools:

  • Life Trajectory
  • Integrated Supports Star
  • Vision Tool

About the Hosts:

Ishya “Shae” Dotson has been the State Implementation Specialist at Therap Services since 2014. She is a certified Person-Centered Thinking Skills Trainer for The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices. Shae has around 20 years of experience in supporting adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 

Caiti Woodburn is currently the Training & Implementation Specialist at Therap Services. She has been with Therap since 2017. Before joining Therap, Caiti acquired the experience of using the Therap system as both user and provider administrator at Community Choice Inc. in Kansas City. Caiti has around 12 years of experience working in the Developmental Disabilities field.

Register now to save your spot for this webinar and learn more about our new module!

What you need to know about the ISP Report Update

With the recent update to the ISP report module, non-reportable scores will be displayed in the Data Collection Monthly report generated from ISP Reports or from the Individual Home Page. With this change it will be quick and easy to check that staff did documentation for that person, even if it resulted in a non-reportable score.

Keep in mind that the report will only show the first score collected for the day and so reportable scores will have precedence over non-reportable ones. For example if the first score recorded for the day is a non-reportable score but a second score was collected later in the day which was reportable and applicable to the same task, the report will display the reportable score instead of the non-reportable one.

View our release notes to learn more about the changes to Therap applications.

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Developmental Disabilities Software announces Safe Harbor Self-Certification Compliance

Therap Services Home and Community Based Services Software Meets Online Privacy Protection Requirements.

Therap Services announced its compliance with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor framework. Therap’s developmental disabilities software complies with HIPAA and Safe Harbor security and privacy requirements for individuals, families, providers and government agencies. The self-certification includes Therap Services on the list of participating organizations for the Safe Harbor Framework, which is developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Therap’s Home and Community Based Services software has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement. The development of the Safe Harbor framework is a result of the European Commission’s Directive on Data Protection. This Directive prohibits the transfer of personal data to non-European Union countries that do not meet EU standards for privacy protection.

Therap Services Developmental Disability Software ensures privacy and security in the storage and transmission of information. Case management information entered by service providers and government agencies regarding incident reports, medication administration records, or individual service plans for a person with intellectual disabilities receive reliable and secure access over the Internet. Therap’s patented software gives HCBS agencies the ability to specify caseloads and roles of authorization.

Richard Robbins, Therap C.E.O said, “European based agencies can use Therap’s system with the comfort that our security and data protection is in compliance with the Safe Harbor regulations.”

Therap’s HIPAA, ARRA and HITECH compliant Developmental Disabilities software applications are widely used in home and community-based services (HCBS) and other ID/DD provider settings for documentation, communication and reporting. The web based system by Therap provides person centered planning and assists with case management and eligibility assessments for support providers and state organizations working with developmental disabilities. Secure applications offered by Therap include individual support modules such as incident reports, medication administration records (MAR), behavior tracking, case management, individual service plans and goal tracking, health records, supported employment notes, nursing notes and progress notes among others. Therap also offers staff support for employee training management by certified trainers, individual budgeting and work scheduling as well as billing solutions including service authorizations, attendance and Medicaid claim tracking modules.