Press Releases

Accelify Launches Newly Redesigned Website

July 23, 2018

NEW YORK, July 23, 2018 – Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify) is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website, www.accelify.com. The new website offers visitors more streamlined navigation and enhanced content, providing a more user-friendly experience for exploring Accelify’s comprehensive suite of special education management solutions. “We are very excited about the launch […]

Chesapeake Public Schools Awards Contract to Accelify to Provide Medicaid Billing Software and Services

June 29, 2018

New York, NY – June 29, 2018 – Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify) is pleased to announce that Chesapeake Public Schools (CPS) has awarded a contract to Accelify to provide Medicaid billing software and services. CPS awarded the contract through a competitive bid process and will be implementing Accelify’s industry-leading special education service tracking system, AcceliTRACK, […]

Hillsborough County Public Schools Awards Medicaid Billing Contract to Accelify

March 16, 2018

Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify), a leading provider of special education management systems, is pleased to announce that Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) has awarded a contract to Accelify to provide Medicaid billing software products and services. Under the contract awarded, HCPS will implement Accelify’s industry leading ESE and transportation service tracking systems, AcceliTRACK and AcceliROUTE, […]

Accelify Solutions Joins IMS Global Learning Consortium

March 1, 2018

Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify), a leading provider of special education management systems, is pleased to announce it has attained IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS) conformance certification for OneRoster v1.1. As the leading provider of open interoperability standards for educational institutions, suppliers, and government organizations, IMS enables education institutions to be more innovative, provide a more […]

Industry News

Girls on the Spectrum Often Go Unnoticed

January 15, 2019

By: Rita Giordano, The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS
Source:  Disability Scoop PHILADELPHIA — “Weird.” Nichole Lowther has heard the word her whole life. Bright, even charming, she nonetheless never felt comfortable in groups or making small talk. A hard worker, she had a tough time finding or keeping a steady job. Could it have been her unvarying wardrobe, […]

Study Pinpoints Down Syndrome Milestones

January 15, 2019

By: Shaun Heasley
Source:  Disability Scoop Individuals with Down syndrome continue to learn new skills well into adulthood, according to a study that’s offering a timetable of what to expect from those with the chromosomal disorder. Most people with Down syndrome are able to walk by 25 months of age, speak reasonably well by the time […]

NYC Announces $6M Expansion of Free Glasses Program

January 14, 2019

By: Amelia Harper
Source:  Education Dive Dive Brief: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced during his State of the City address Thursday that all the city’s kindergarten and 1st grade students will be eligible to get free prescription glasses next school year if they need them, Patch.com reports. Dive Insight: Students who can’t see well […]

Feds Weigh Changes to Work Rules for People with Disabilities

January 14, 2019

By: Michelle Diament
Source:  Disability Scoop The Trump administration is planning to rethink existing regulations that radically altered the transition from school to work for people with disabilities. The U.S. Department of Education is expected to issue a proposal this month changing how the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act is implemented. The 2014 law requires that individuals […]