Last night I spent about an hour and a half training some of our newest users on Therap…families! We currently have 25 user accounts that are family members/advocates of individuals that our agency supports. It’s one of my favorite trainings because of all the oooohs and aaaahs that the attendees make about the documentation that they now have at their fingertips. Something as simple as them getting to see all the community activities that their loved one is participating in (without having to make a phone call to staff) is very rewarding. Even though they won’t be calling staff as much as they used to, they’ll have more information than ever, thanks to Therap. It really is another one of the many reasons why I LOVE THERAP!!!
Today I spent time talking with one of the Supervisors of our Diagnostic and Treatment Clinic about Therap and how it would benefit the clinicians to have user accounts. The reporting function of ISP Data was definitely a selling point, as was the availabilty of the ISP Plan and IPOP/Safeguards. She’ll be sharing the information at the next staff meeting, and we’ll see how it goes from there!
And finally, this evening, I get to spend time with my family, as I look at the hole in my ceiling, from the leak in the bathroom that we discovered last night. Not to worry, the leak was fixed by my four-year-old son and his plastic screwdriver at about 10:30p, with a little help from our neighbor and my wonderful husband! Now I wonder if his plastic screwdriver will work magic on installing new ceiling tiles too?