Overview of Therap’s Imports – Importing Individuals, Users, Shared Contacts, and more!

We welcome you to join our upcoming webinar on Therap’s Imports which is scheduled to run on 8th April, 2020 at 1:00 PM EST/10:00 AM PST.  

Therap’s adept Senior Training & Implementation Specialists, Tricia Woods and Sarah Christiansen will guide you through a comprehensive overview of the several essential Importing features that are available within Therap software for your seamless experience. You will gain the knowledge to efficiently deal with any errors that you may encounter when importing as well as in times of troubleshooting. What’s more is that you will learn how individuals, users, and medications can be exported from one Therap account to another. Tricia and Sarah will be there to assist you with any questions or concerns. 

More about the Hosts:

Tricia Woods had started her journey with the Therap Training and Implementation team in 2016. In addition to having over 15 years of experience working in the Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities sector prior to joining Therap, Tricia has extensive knowledge of regulations from the previous management roles she had fulfilled within Intermediate care facilities and Life Skills Development Centers (ADTs) in Florida.

Sarah Christiansen has been a part of the Therap Training and Implementation team since 2015. She has over 10 years of experience in working within the Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health field. Sarah feels passionate about her profession within this field as this gives her the opportunity to support individuals to live an enhanced life. 

Please click here to book your session at this webinar!

Welcome Leah Marshall!

Leah Marshall

Leah Marshall, former Residential Manager at Waban Projects, Inc at Southern Maine, is the newest member of Therap’s Training and Implementation Team. She has several years of direct care and supervisory experience in the mental health, developmental disabilities and elder care fields.

Leah has worked in the mental health field co-facilitating therapeutic groups and was involved in crisis response committees. As a Residential Manager, she had also been a member of cross-discipline committees.

Leah has adopted the attitude of being a change agent; she strives to enhance the capabilities of support professionals in the field by taking on new initiatives that stretch a little beyond the comfort zone. This quality about her will no doubt help her to stand out as a Therap Training and Implementation Specialist.

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