easy to use software
for educators

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Are you tired of hassles with complex software that take time away from the classroom? We've built our reputation on easy-to-use software and superior customer service, allowing you to maximize your impact in the classroom.


IEP and Medicaid Reimbursement Software

IEP Software

IEP software for special education
tracking and reporting

Medicaid Reimbursement Software

Medicaid reimbursement
software for education

ADA Section 504, Multi-Tiered System of Support, and Teacher Evaluation Software

Teacher Evaluation Software

Simple software for teacher
evaluations

504 Software

Software for 504 plan writing
 and reporting

MTSS Software

MTSS data collection software
to document and monitor student plans

Features Our Users Love

Easy to Learn

Best Customer Support

Easily Customizable

Simple & Affordable

Cutting Edge Programming

Always Innovating

Cathy Elliott
Dir. of Special Ed.

Embrace helps our educators spend more time educating and less time with paperwork.

Dr. Jeff Daugherty
Executive Director

Embrace is intuitive to learn, so it's easier to train staff.

Dr. Melinda McGuffin
Dir. of Special Ed.

We trust them and their staff is quick to adapt to change. Product is easy to use and it's consistent.

Latest Embrace® Blog Posts

Tips on Keeping Your Classroom Organized

Classroom organization and maintenance may be a daunting task for many teachers.  Even those with the best of intentions at the beginning of the year find themselves in disarray after several weeks.  [Read More]

Renewed Focus on Restraint & Seclusion in Public Schools

In January 2019, the U.S. Department of Education released information regarding a new initiative for the use of restraint and seclusion in public schools across the nation. This initiative came after a recent data collection, which revealed that approximately 122,000 students across the country were subject to restraint or seclusion during the 2015-2016 academic year. [Read More]

What Is Your Role In An IEP Meeting?

It takes a team of caring and compassionate individuals to develop an IEP that meets the academic, social, emotional, and functional needs of a student. Each team member has the opportunity to bring a unique set of thoughts to the table. [Read More]

 

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