About wePortal

wePortal is HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based mental health solution catering to behavior professionals across schools, universities and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) clinics. The solution lets professionals create custom user groups, generate reports, set document access permissions, manage payrolls, evaluate staff and more.

wePortal allows ABA clinics to collect patient data and schedule or supervise customer therapy sessions. The administration section allows users to manage billing and financial activities. To-do lists can be created by managers in the tasking section to assign tasks among employees. The solution allows professionals to create custom user groups and define access permissions for them based on their job roles.

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Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic)

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July 2020


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Company Size: 2-10 employees

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra



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Not something I would recommend as the value does not meet the output. Constantly had issues with the system working appropriately.


Onboarding process was decent and relatively quick


The software overall was not user friendly. It seemed that most things that were needing to be done I was unable to do so. The system often times froze, would kick us out of the app, and then I would have to wait days to get the issue fixed. The staff would always say that they weren't having issues and that I was the one needing to reset my browsers. I would try several things such as doing reports on both a mac and a pc and was unable to get the system to work correctly. Also, there was not the ability to use the computer for certain functions. Also, as the administrator and a BCBA i had to pay for 2 different user accounts which was excessive and something that was left out throughout the onboarding process.