Better Data and Better Communication for Better Outcomes
Simplify behavior tracking and get the best information to ask the questions that will change lives.
Behaviors impact the child's education and the classroom as a whole.
Click the button
Simply clicking the mytaptrack® button immediately tracks and communicates the behavior to the entire team
By getting better data you and your team can ask better questions and get the right support to help the child succeed.
Remove the barriers for student engagement
For students, engagement is critical for success. Behavior issues can often be a barrier to participation. Using mytaptrack® allows a team to better identify when and what is causing the behavior. Even when you know the issues, minor successes are hard to see, as they're often tied to the environment. The dashboard and charting capabilities of mytaptrack® has can help show these minor successes, and help your team build the student's ability to engage.
Quantitative real-time data makes education teams work more effectively and successfully.
Data Driven Meetings
Conversations which start with data can improve relationships, results and children's success.
Classroom Support When needed
Real-time notifications makes giving the right support more realistic.
Track IEP Goals both in the remove home environment and in the school environment
Impacts of mytaptrack®
For the team supporting the child in the classroom, symptoms and behaviors provide essential clues to help the child succeed. Tracking symptoms and behaviors at home and school with the mytaptrack® device allows the whole team to have the best information and provide better support.
Planning for classrooms, staffing and support in a school is challenging, especially if you don't have the data to drive decisions. For schools and districts, mytaptrack® allows for more data driven decision making, and cost saving changes to how children are supported.
mytaptrack® is designed for Applied Behavior Analysis facilities, autism spectrum disorder centers, and all medical professionals providing diagnosis, treatment and therapy for children with disabilities. Use HIPAA-compliant mytaptrack® to monitor the effectiveness of treatments for kids with special needs.
Allow teachers to be engaged
By using mytaptrack®, teachers are more involved with their students rather than what they have to remember to write down later. Teachers can use mytaptrack® to track both events and durations, focusing more of their attention on what they're teaching.
Something special happens when you bring a child's support team together.
OUR FOUNDER'S STORY
Nikody Keating, Founder & CEO: My son Owen has autism, and sometimes experiences absence seizures as well as behavioral issues in the classroom. During a recent school evaluation, my wife and I were told Owen had been having significant symptoms of absence seizures. The current system only allowed for this information to be relayed about a month after the incidents had occurred. During that month, my wife and I had been working with Owen’s neurologist to treat his absence seizures without the data necessary to track the frequency of his seizures. After receiving the data, Owen’s neurologist was able to prescribe the best medication to treat Owen’s seizures. I knew there had to be a better way...
HOW IT WORKS
Completely customizable and easy-to-use, mytaptrack is a new way for parents, schools and doctors to monitor exceptionally unique children with special needs. One click, two clicks or holding a click sends a message through the cloud to your HIPAA & FERPA-compliant mytaptrack online platform where behavior data can be charted and shared. Real-time data notifications are sent to the child's selected team of parents, teachers and doctors.
Every child deserves an inspired future, and children with special needs are no exception. We're committed to helping over 7 million kids special needs succeed in the classroom and beyond. We can achieve this by including them in the classroom experience, understanding their behaviors, and sharing accurate data between parents, schools and doctors in real time.