How do you develop innovative methods for dealing with complex consumers in need of long-term services and supports in an environment with diminishing available staff? One answer is to understand your tech options, understand how to integrate them into a sustainable service program, and then adopt them in a tech-enabled community-based service line. Recently, OPEN MINDS reached out to Mark Emery, Chief Executive Office and Fred Hobbs, Director of Public Relations at Imagine!, a Lafayette, Colorado-based non-profit that provides services designed to help consumers with developmental, cognitive, and physical challenges stay in the . . .