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Therap Services to Host Conference in Association with the Delaware Division of Developmental Disabilities Services

WATERBURY, Conn., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Therap Services, a service bureau providing an integrated suite of online applications to organizations working with people with developmental disabilities, is hosting a conference for Therap users in Delaware in association with the Delaware Division of Developmental Disabilities Services (DDDS). The conference will be held from April 28-30, 2008 at Dover, Delaware.

The regional conference is designed for residential directors, day program directors, state caseworkers, nurses, supervisors, house managers, clinicians and direct support professionals. Non-users of Therap are also welcome to attend the conference.

"We are excited to host this conference along with the Division of Developmental Disabilities Services," said Justin Brockie, Director of Customer Support and Training, Therap Services. "This conference provides an ideal platform to meet with Therap members, other Therap users and Industry experts from around the country and learn and enhance their skills on Therap applications."

The conference will feature training on Therap applications, brainstorming sessions on new ideas to improve Therap applications, interactive workshops, presentation sessions, networking with other Therap users and Industry experts from around the country and sharing ideas to create new and improved Therap training and supporting materials.

The conference will host a number of sessions to be presented by Therap members and Industry experts. Topics will cover Therap applications such as General Event Reports, Behavior Tracking, Individual Data Form, T-Logs and Billing. Other topic sessions include HIPAA Plans and Policies, Electronic Signatures, Biometrics, Future Training Materials and Games and Document Storage.

About Therap Services

Therap Services provides secure, cost-effective information, documentation and communications services tailored to the specific needs of service providers, health professionals, regulators, and family members to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities. Therap's complete suite of applications includes Health Tracking, Individual and Emergency Data Forms, Individual Service Plans, The Individualized Plan of Protective Oversight and Safeguards, Behavior Plans and Tracking, T-Logs, T-Notes, T-Tasks, Incident Reports, Management Summaries, Witness Reports, Supported Employment Tracking, Calendar, Secure Communications, Staff Scheduling, Training Management System, Attendance and Electronic Billing. For further information, please visit

About DDDS

The Division of Developmental Disabilities Services' mission is aligned with the vision and the Department of Health and Social Services' mission to improve the quality of life for Delaware citizens by promoting health and well-being, fostering self-sufficiency and protecting vulnerable populations. For further information, please visit

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