Therap is a Proud sponsor of 2018 CAHF 68th Annual Convention & Expo which will be held in Palm Springs, CA, from November 11 – 14, 2018. The mission of the conference is to provide quality care for the frail, elderly, intellectually disabled and those with chronic mental illness. CAHF is the largest provider of continuing education for long-term care providers in California. Serving 350,000 individuals each year, skilled nursing providers are directly responsible for more than 135,000 jobs and $5 billion in wages and benefits to long-term care employees.
The conference will be an excellent avenue for sharing and exchanging information between provider agencies that promotes quality support and services to persons with disabilities across the state of California. Therap’s system is robust, I/DD providers receive many options that go beyond simply providing a software solution. Therap takes it a step further by offering expertise plus a very flexible out-of-the-box-ready documentation system that is delivered with State-specific requirements. Come together with over 1,800 providers and suppliers of long term care services and products.
Make sure to stop by our booth!
Therap will be hosting a regional conference in Seattle, Washington from October 11, 2018. The conference is going to be a day full of sessions by Therap experts and will offer a chance to network with counterparts from across the State of Washington.
Therap has been supporting community service provider agencies and vendors in the State of Washington since 2007, and currently thousands of individuals with disabilities in Washington are being supported by agencies that use Therap’s Electronic Documentation and Communication tools. We look forward to discussing with you items from the latest Therap update, scheduling module, EVV Documentation and state specific modules. We’ll introduce you to additions to our latest Business Intelligence dashboards for billing and health tracking. Therap is also used in Washington State SLA.
Visit our Washington conference page to learn more.
Click here to register for the event.
You are welcome to join our regional conference in Portland, Oregon on October 9, 2018. Join us to learn about the latest Therap updates, new Business Intelligence dashboards and see how you can implement Therap’s new EVV module to meet emerging Federal requirements.
Therap introduces additional tools to support Oregon specific employment and community Services. For providers in Oregon, Therap has introduced state specific assessment requirements in line with the Oregon Department of Human Services. Therap supports state specific initiatives that are focused increasingly on community-based supports, less intensive support models, and individual’s achieving gainful employment.
Oregon intellectual and developmental disability providers currently use Therap’s Community Employment module to track a range of related supports and documentation. With Therap’s Job Bank-Employer Database, Employment Support staff have the necessary tools to maintain an accurate history of the individual’s work experience and job details. Administrative staff ware able to create, update or delete employers, contact persons and job templates, viewable by support staff with assigned privileges. This ensures that staff are accessing accurate information on a consistent basis, from the point of service.
Visit our Oregon state page to learn more.
Click here to register for the conference!
Our regional conference in Anaheim, California is just a month away. Book your spot before it runs out!
- Introductory to Advance applications in Therap
- Working with Regional Centers
- Sharing information with Circle of Support
- Measuring Outcomes
- Billing and Quality Assurance
- Mobile Services in the Community
- Electronic Visit Verification documentation for compliance with 21st Century CURES Act
Therap is offering its current customers to bring up to two self-advocates and two support staff for free. Contact us for assistance with registration.
*Space is limited. Please register early to ensure your seat at the conference.
Maintain good quality documentation on the individuals you serve while reducing the time it takes to document. This way, you save more time to spend tending to the needs of the individuals you support.
Therap in California
Therap has been supporting community service provider agencies and vendors in California since 2006, and currently thousands of individuals with disabilities in California are being supported by agencies that use Therap’s Electronic Documentation and Communication tools. This includes the full spectrum of services in California from ILS, SLS, Day and Supported Employment services to Residential and ICF, meeting State and Regional Center requirements and increasing operational efficiency.
Users in the state of Utah are welcome to join Therap Utah user Group Meeting which will take place in Turn Community Services on August 30, 2018. The Utah User Group will be hosted by Eddie Fung, Director of Therap and Quality Assurance from Turn Community Services. It is a great way to communicate with your fellow Therap providers in Utah about issues and concerns and ask any questions you may have. Therap team member Seanette Smith will also be present if you have any questions about the system.
If you cannot attend in person please join us via webinar:
1. Please join our meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone:
2. You can also dial in using your phone.
Dial +1 (669) 224-3412
Access Code: 139-779-925
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting
Meeting ID: 139-779-925
You may dial (801) 359-8876 for more information about the venue.
Join us at our regional conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico which will be held from November 1-2, 2016. The conference is going to be two full days of sessions by Therap experts. Like our other regional conferences, it will be a great opportunity to network with the people from the developmental disabilities service industry and share knowledge amongst colleagues.
- Intro, Beginner and Advanced Sessions
- Secure Document Sharing and Storage
- Demographic and Emergency Data
- Health Tracking
- Appointments & MAR
- Discussion & Best Practices
- System Administration & Staff Access and Roles
Click here to learn more.