We are always working on ways to improve how Adori and Lumea work for you. Below are the latest improvements. We hope they are helpful and, as always, if you have any questions let us know!
January 2017 Updates
- Login Page
You may have noticed that the login page looks different than it used to, and that content on the login page changes from time to time. No functionality has changed here; it just looks a little different.
- Lumea Blank Session Logs
We now have a blank session log available in all Lumea accounts. This session log can be found under the new blank forms library navigation button in the navigation bar. As an added bonus, forms from Student Details and Evaluations are also available as blanks.
- Lumea OOD Placement End Date
All OOD Placement end dates will now be editable only by MSB administrators.
- Lumea Session Log Form Access in District Reports
By popular demand, we have created a “Detailed Session Log” that includes session narratives and student narratives. This will be a great tool for districts that would like to use Lumea as a service delivery documentation tool to include clinical notes beyond the requirements of the Medicaid to School program.
If you wish to have access to this report, please contact your Program Specialist. Once available, users will have the option to print a standard transaction log or a detailed session log. The option shows up after selecting the FORMS button in the Session Logs report.
- Adori IEP Comments
Adori users will now see an IEP Comments button at the top of the IEP work space that will display a read-only window with IEP Comments. The button only displays if there are comments to view.
- Adori Progress Reporting
The Progress Reporting window now only shows one IEP at a time. The IEP selection is made in the pathway rather than in the Progress Reporting table of contents, which is how it works everywhere else in the system. Individual progress dates, goals, or objectives can still be selected in the table of contents for the IEP displayed. As an added bonus, because the IEP is now chosen form the pathway, any IEP can be viewed in Progress Reporting, not just the most recent ones. To ensure that only appropriate IEPs are available for progress report editing, the same rules as before still apply. By default, progress reporting will be editable for two months after an IEP’s expiration date. Also by default, all IEP status types are available for Progress Reporting. Districts have the option to request that only specific IEP status types be editable in Progress Reporting.