Administrator Written by April 12

Downloading and Installing Mozzaz Care Pro
Logging into the Mozzaz Care application
Troubleshooting - Missing Linked Page


Downloading and Installing Mozzaz Care Pro

  1. Go to the Google Play Store on the device and search for "Mozzaz Care Pro". Click on it in the results and then press Install.
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  2. Click on Accept.
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  3. Once the app has downloaded and installed click Open to launch the app.
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Logging into the Mozzaz Care application

  1. Enter the username and password for your account, then tap Login.
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  2. The first time that you login you will see the screen below. Choose your account (the account you intend to use on the device) from the list.
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  3. Click on Select All then Continue.
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  4. Click on Continue on the next two screens.
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Troubleshooting - Missing Linked Page

Follow these steps if you see the "Missing linked page" message after logging in.

  1. Tap on Edit Mode in the lower left corner of the screen.
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  2. Press Accounts in the upper left corner and select the account you are using.
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  3. Press Select All then Download.
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  4. Check off the Include Tile Settings box and press Download.
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  5. Press Overwrite All.
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  6. When the download is complete press Okay.
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  7. Press Home to return to the home page.
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Administrator Written by December 08

Welcome to the Let’s Connect; Voice for Choice Project Portal

Click on any of the blue headings for more information.

  • Amerigroup will launch a one year pilot project to help members with verbal communication difficulties.

  • Through the use of Mozzaz communication technology, members who are nonverbal or partial verbal will be trained to use the communication system to enhance personal communication.

  • The primary goal is for the member to:

    • Create understandable messages
    • Increase clarity of communication
    • Enhancement of expressive language
    • Overall ability to communicate successfully
About Amerigroup

Currently serving approximately 3.5 million members in 12 states nationwide, Amerigroup is dedicated to offering real solutions that improve health care access and quality for our members, while proactively working to reduce the overall cost of care to taxpayers. Together with our affiliated health plans, we serve more than 5.5 million beneficiaries of state-sponsored health plans in 19 states, making us the nation’s leading providers of health care solutions for public programs.

About Mozzaz

Mozzaz delivers solutions for individuals with a complex healthcare needs. Their solutions promote care collaboration, drive accountable outcomes and most importantly improve an individual's quality of life. Mozzaz empowers individuals to be active participants in their own long-term care allowing them to access care from anywhere and at anytime.

Mozzaz connects individuals to their care providers for an integrated and coordinated level of service. Our solution consists of specialized apps for individuals that integrate to the care provider’s case management system to deliver an effective treatment program that is timely, accessible and drives quality of care.

April 20, 2016

The Launch of the Let’s Connect; Voice for Choice Project will kick off shortly! Laura Canaday will send out detailed information to all Care Coordinators and Care Providers when we are ready to start.

In the meantime, if you have any questions do not hesitate to contact our Technical Support Specialist, Blake Roussel, at support@mozzaz.com. We will also continue with our support sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10AM. To join the support session call 1(647) 497-9380 and use access code 272-655-469. For screen sharing during the session use this link.

We look forward to working with you to make a difference in your Members’ lives!

January 28, 2015

The Orientation Session slide deck is available to view online.

December 23, 2015

The sample project site finished and ready to show!

December 20, 2015

Updated the project site to include this updates section. Stay tuned!

Join us Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10AM for our regular remote sessions, where you can drop in to ask questions and get impromptu tutorials. To join the session call 1(647) 497-9380 and use access code 272-655-469. For screen sharing during the session use this link.

Mozzaz Care includes a powerful scheduling feature that you and your member can use. Get in touch with us through email at support@mozzaz.com for details.

Mozzaz has developed a series of tutorials for the Mozzaz Care App and Mozzaz Portal in written and video format. The tutorials cover the navigation and setup of the Mozzaz Care App, page management, managing care teams, reporting on user activity, and editing tiles, observations and events.

Click here to access the full list of tutorials.

Questions, concerns or problems? Contact Mozzaz Support

Administrator Written by December 04

Completing a thorough safety sweep of the home is an important part of keeping an at-risk person safe. You are looking for anything that may be used as a weapon to cause self-harm. These items should be removed from the home or locked away so that the person at risk cannot access them. It should be noted that this is not an all inclusive list of items but a detailed listing to provide guidance in addressing safety concerns in your home. For an online tutorial about means restriction please visit: www.hennepin.us/saferhome

Weapons

Guns, ammunition
Heavy tools

Knives and Sharp Objects

Kitchen knives (steak knives, cooking knives, butter knives)
Cleavers, blade-type cheese cutters, 2-prong turning forks, skewers
Plastic toothpicks, plastic eating utensils
Pocket knives, or sport knives (for hunting and fishing)
Decorative knives or swords
Razor blades, including disposables
Manicuring tools, metal callous remover
Hand mirrors
Glass – picture frames, figurines, and other decorative items
Light bulbs
CDs or CD cases
Paper clips, pins (safety pins, etc.), needles
Pencils and pens
Nails and screws
Tools – awl, screwdriver, hammer, saw, ax, hatchet

Substances

ALL medications- prescribed and over the counter
Mouthwash
Aerosols
Cleaning and laundry products
Paint and solvents – turpentine, thinner, oils, lighter fluid
Lighters, matches, candles

Choking Hazards

Shoelaces, belts
Chains, necklaces
Electrical and detachable cords
Window blind/curtain cords
Bed linens and clothing
Plastic bags
Administrator Written by November 21

The Trevor Project

www.thetrevorproject.org

Crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, tansgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.
Includes a 24/7 hotline: 1-866-488-7386.

Administrator Written by November 21

Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line

The Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line is a crisis intervention hotline funded by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
24/7 Hotline: 1-855-274-7471

Administrator Written by November 21

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Suicide prevention telephone hotline funded by the U.S. government. Provides free, 24-hour assistance.
24/7 Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Administrator Written by November 21

Centerstone Crisis Services

www.centerstone.org

Centerstone Crisis Line: Crisis intervention hotline that provides free, confidential, 24-hour assistance.
1-800-681-7444

Centerstone Textline: Crisis intervention support via text messaging services.
1-844-899-8398

Crisischat.org: Crisis intervention support via instant messaging services.

Administrator Written by November 17

This project was initiated by Centerstone of Tennessee, and funded through a grant by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. Centerstone of Tennessee, through partnership with the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS), Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) and Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), seeks to provide training, support and services that promote a reduction in suicidal ideation and attempts in Tennessee. Through this collaboration, it is the goal to drive suicides to zero.

We are excited to offer you this application, an innovative smartphone program to provide you ongoing support and resources, help us stay connected and provide you with support when it matters most.

This program regularly checks in with you to see how you’re feeling, tracks sleep and other daily activities so that we know how best to assist you.


Centerstone

Centerstone is one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit providers of community-based behavioral healthcare, offering a full range of mental health services, substance abuse treatment and intellectual and developmental disabilities services in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. Last year, we served 84,000 individuals and families. We seek to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction. www.centerstone.org


CRI

The Centerstone Research Institute (CRI) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare through technological advancement to integrate research and technology with clinical practice. www.centerstoneresearch.org


TSPN

The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) is the statewide public-private organization responsible for implementing the Tennessee Strategy for Suicide Prevention as defined by the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. TSPN is a grass-roots association which includes counselors, mental health professionals, physicians, clergy, journalists, social workers, and law enforcement personnel, as well as survivors of suicide and suicide attempts. TSPN works across the state to eliminate the stigma of suicide and educate communities about the warning signs of suicide, with the ultimate intention of reducing suicide rates in the state of Tennessee. www.tspn.org


Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is the State’s public mental health and substance abuse authority. Our responsibilities include assisting individuals to secure treatment and recovery services for serious mental illness, serious emotional disturbances, and substance abuse addiction. We also provide system planning; monitor, license, evaluate, and set policy and quality standards; collaborate with other state and community agencies; and work to educate the community about mental health and substance abuse services. http://www.tn.gov/behavioral-health


SAMHSA

Funding for this application was made possible by grant number 1H79SM062098-01 from SAMHSA. The design, use or promotion of this product do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of CMHS, SAMHSA, or HHS; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U. S. Government.

Administrator Written by November 06

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Lifetiles is an app that helps patients manage their self-care, therapy and daily support needs as a part of their personal treatment plans. Through this app healthcare providers can deliver personalized interventions and self-help content based on a patient's care plan, keeping them active and engaged in treatment. Real-time messaging and data collection helps care providers monitor patient activity for progress tracking, care plan compliance and safety. This keeps patients constantly connected to their care teams, allowing for continuous care and support.

Benefits for Care Recipients:

  • Personalized interventions and support content tailored to a patient's needs.
  • Convenience and safety through continuously monitored care.
  • Access to care and support anywhere and anytime through their iPhone.

Benefits for Caregivers and Providers:

  • Efficient care delivery through remote care planning and treatment programming.
  • Save time through automatic data collection and reporting of treatment outcomes.
  • Enchance productivity with ready-made care plan content and activities.

App Features:

  • Personalized care plan interventions and support content.
  • Scheduled events with reminders (i.e. medication reminders, exercise alerts).
  • Customized forms for self-assessments and surveys.
  • Support for web links including social media and YouTube.
  • Automatic sync of content and data.
  • Real-time collection of app usage data and data collected in forms.

Lifetiles is part of the Mozzaz solution to help individuals with complex care needs, including people with intellectual disabilities, developmental advisability, behavioral and mental health disorders, long-term care needs and home-care support.

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Key Contacts

Crisis Center...555-228-3889
Help Line...555-372-8213
Suicide Line...555-325-8204
Addiction Hotline...555-123-4531

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How TalkingTiles is Helping

nonverbal boy

 

An individual is able to effectively communicate his/her wants, needs, and emotions through the augmentative and assistive (AAC) capabilities of TalkingTiles on their device. Parents/Caregivers are able to program their loved one’s pages from ready-made content available through the Mozzaz Portal.

A boy can select a boy’s voice while a girl can select a girl’s voice or vice-versa for better response and a more appropriate experience.

 

special education

 

Parents/Caregivers can grant access to the data being tracked to the individual’s many care providers: a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), a Cognitive Behavior Therapist (CBT), or a Special-Ed Teacher, all whom support several children at any given time effortlessly using Mozzaz Care to monitor, adjust, and refine each individual’s care plan.

 

voice banking

 

TalkingTiles has voice banking which allows an individual to record their own voice as well as their caregiver’s voice. For example, an individual with ALS can record themselves and store the audio clips for use after they lose the ability to speak.

 

Mozzaz Gives Back!

Working together with the Dell Healthcare team and Give Forward, Mozzaz provided LEEP Forward, a centre for children with autism in Chicago, Illinois, 12 Dell tablets set up with TalkingTiles accounts. Watch as the children's first experience with TalkingTiles.