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Unitus Therapy Intelligence

June 27, 2016 3:00 pm Published by

The SEIT department teachers began piloting, Unitus Therapy Intelligence, an Electronic Data Records system that delivers cloud-based curricula, and data collection in May.

This system creates securely backed-up electronic therapy recordsand allows us to eliminate program binders, allowing teaching staff to take data directly on iPads. The system then takes student’s raw data, performs analysis in real-time and produces instant graphs, saving valuable session time. It also allows supervisors to monitor staff and students progress from anywhere at any time and communicate instantly with parents and providers

We hope to expand this program to our other in-home educational programs to meet a variety of educational needs.

 

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Kristen DuMoulin, Ph.D., BCBA, SAS, has been a devoted professional to the field of special education and individuals with autism since 1995. She joined Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) in 2002 and is currently the Director of Children’s Clinical Services, where she is responsible for managing the clinical and administrative aspects of the Early Intervention (EI), Special Education Itinerant Teachers (SEIT), Special Education Teacher Support Services (SETSS) as well as the CPSE and OPWDD evaluation programs. She is a permanently certified New York State Special Education Teacher and School Administrator.

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