Administrator Written by September 25

Helping individuals with a developmental disability of any age communicate, learn, and provide support for their daily needs. Mozzaz can be personalized to an individual’s unique needs and capabilities with progress tracked by their care giver.

Helpful for Individuals with:

  • Autism
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Brain Injury
  • Stroke / Aphasia
  • Cognitive or Communication Disabilities
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    Features

  • Picture-based Augmentative Communication (AAC)
  • Voice Output with Over 100 voices including children’s voices
  • Over 40 different languages
  • Over 50,000 symbols & pictures available
  • Visual Schedules with reminders
  • Switch & scanning device support
  • Type-to-Speak with custom keyboards
  • Custom page layout & navigation
  • Cause & Effect Learning activities
  • Data collection & progress reporting
  • Clinical support for behavior tracking and assessments
Administrator Written by August 27

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User Management


Each user of the Mozzaz Care app has their own pages, schedule, notifications, and settings. Data is recorded seperately for each individual according to who is signed into Mozzaz Care.

A user with a professional account who is a member of one or more Care Teams can sign in with thier own login and use the app as themselves or as though they are one of their clients.



Changing the Current (Logged-in) User

When signed in as a Caregiver (Caregiver Mode only)

  • Tap on silhouette , then tap logout then logout button .

  • Login to another account.

When signed in as a professional

  • Tap on silhouettes , then tap logout then logout button .

  • Login to another account.

Managing Users as a Professional

Note: User activities (i.e. tile presses, observations, etc.) are kept in the records of the user you are managing. The record will indicate what login was used to record the data.

  • Tap on silhouettes , then tap manage accounts then confirm .

  • Tap on the account that you'd like to manage and press continue

Administrator Written by August 04

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From August 8th-10th, MaRS Discovery District will be hosting Toronto’s Accessibility Innovation Showcase. This FREE event will consist of a wide variety of companies that will be showcasing the latest advances in accessibility technology and assistive devices. By attending, you will be meeting 50 innovative accessibility technology companies with high investment potential. As an attendee, you will see demonstrations of the latest technologies helping improve the quality of lives of people with disabilities— including prosthetics, specialized applications, and personalized robotics.

Mozzaz will be participating in this showcase presenting our patient engagement solution, Mozzaz Care, which helps individuals with chronic illnesses and disabilities actively participate in their own health care needs more effectively. So mark your calendars for this opportunity to experience these 50 incredible advances in health care technology up close!

Administrator Written by July 31

Welcome to Mozzaz!

We offer a wide range of subscriptions to choose, so you can get the right fit for you. Have questions? Contact our sales department and get the answers you need.

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Administrator Written by July 28

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Complex care needs of an individual often last a lifetime and require treatment addressed by a wide spectrum of needs, which can be a costly and time-consuming process. Despite the copious amounts funding allocated to complex care, there is growing evidence that these individuals are not receiving care that is coordinated or implemented in the most appropriate settings. Achieving patient engagement in complex care requires active collaboration in all phases of the care lifecycle, continuous patient participation, a method to monitor compliance, and engagement across the entire care continuum.

As a health care professional, keeping up with the ever-changing world of mHealth is key in implementing true patient engagement. Our white paper addresses the issues associated with the coordination of complex care throughout the care lifecycle. Download it today to see our take on the solution to improve a patient’s overall quality of life.

Administrator Written by July 27

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Recorded Observations


Run an observation report to see the results of all of the observation forms that have been filled in.



Recorded Observation Reports

How to View Your Recorded Observation Reports Online

  1. Login to the Mozzaz Care Portal .

  2. Press care team .

  3. Press care team .

  4. Recorded observations will be displayed on the screen. You can filter the information by Date Range and can search by Observation form name.

How to Download a Copy of the Report

  1. Login to the Mozzaz Care Portal .

  2. Press care team .

  3. Press care team .

  4. Press care team .

  5. The report will be saved to your computer as a csv file.

Administrator Written by July 27

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Tile Usage


Run tile usage reports for insights into how the Mozzaz Care App is being used on a daily basis.



Tile Usage Reports

How to View Your Tile Usage Reports Online

  1. Login to the Mozzaz Care Portal .

  2. Press care team .

  3. Press care team .

  4. The tile usage will be displayed on the screen. You can filter the information by Date Range and can search for usage by tile or page name.

How to Download a Copy of the Report

  1. Login to the Mozzaz Care Portal .

  2. Press care team .

  3. Press care team .

  4. Press care team .

  5. The report will be saved to your computer as a csv file.

Administrator Written by July 13

When speaking openly about mental illness, it’s key to be aware of terms used and how you say them. The National Autistic Society (NAS), the Royal College of GPs, and the UCL Institute of Education decided to take a look at the preferences of people on the autism spectrum, their families, friends, and professionals. On July 1st, 2015, an unprecedented piece of research into the language used by autism communities to describe autism was released. The study consisted of a survey in which 3,470 were analyzed. The results showed that there is no single term that everyone prefers. Not surprisingly, though, the study suggested a shift towards more positive and assertive language.

More specifically, the research found that all groups like the terms 'on the autism spectrum' and 'Asperger’s syndrome'. Autistic adults and families seem to have different preferences; as adults like the terms ‘autistic’ and ‘Aspie’, whereas families didn’t like ‘Aspie’. Professionals on the other hand seemed to most highly prefer the term 'autism spectrum disorder’. Some terms were strongly disliked by all, including 'low functioning', 'Kanner's autism' and 'classic autism'. The language we use is important because it embodies and helps to change attitudes towards autism. The research shows that language preferences are evolving, and we will continue to research and test how different groups prefer to speak about autism.

Take a look at the full research paper: “'Which terms should be used to describe autism? Perspectives from the UK autism community' in Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice” or listen to a podcast of NAS Director of the Centre for Autism Carol Povey and Researcher Lorcan Kenny explaining the research.

Administrator Written by June 25

From June 16th-18th, Open Minds Strategy hosted the 2015 Strategy & Innovation Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sammy Wahab, CEO and Founder of Mozzaz Corporation, walked away with many new market insights.

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One of his biggest take-ways was that reimbursements to provider organizations will require proof of return across all payers; including commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid. The institute focused on payer preference for coordinated care. Another point made was that organizations need to make sure they are maintaining a competitive “value equation” ̶ in other words, getting the bang for their buck ̶ in terms of cost vs. quantity. The technology being implemented must not only create an advancement in the care continuum, but generate a return that’s greater than the cost of carrying out the technological advancement. The final take-way from the institute highlighted how new service lines emerging will all involve “care management”, meaning patients will become actively involved in their own care. “There was an increased emphasis on community based and coordinated care,” Wahab stated regarding the presentation.

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He had plenty to walk away with, but major emphasis was placed on containing costs and providing more care across medical, behavioral, and social health sectors. More information on the 2015 Strategy & Innovation Institute can be found on the Open Minds website.