Technologies to Lessen the Distress of Autism

By Ron Oberleitner, CEO – Behavior Imaging   This blog shares a title with a paper my colleagues and I wrote and published in Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma Vol. 12, No. 1/2, 2006. In it, we explored aspects of autism that make it a potential traumatic stressor for family members and may put […]

Behavior Imaging Named Top 10 Patient Engagement Solution Provider

Behavior Imaging, an emerging leader in behavioral healthcare through technology, has been named one of Healthcare Tech Outlook‘s Top 10 Patient Solution Providers of 2017.   Patient Engagement Solutions Each year, technology plays a bigger and bigger role in the healthcare industry. Many new technologies are aimed at increasing patient engagement, however, not all providers […]

The Power of Behavior Connect

Fewer Miles, Meaningful Outcomes The average person lives approximately 50 miles from the nearest autism diagnostic center. Instead of traveling to and from a treatment or diagnosis center, families can now receive treatment from the comfort of their own home. Fewer miles traveled means more meaningful outcomes, that’s the power of Behavior Connect. Three Easy […]

Ron Oberleitner will join the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis panel

  On October 7, CEO Ron Oberleitner will join the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis panel, ‘Successful Technology Implementation in Behavioral Healthcare.’ https://buff.ly/2wPULrb

Dr. Gwen Mitchell will be presenting on NODA

Dr. Gwen Mitchell will be presenting on NODA at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity next month. Her presentation, “Autism Diagnosis in the Child’s Natural Setting” is on October 9th at 1:40pm.   Dr. Mitchell is a professor at the University of Idaho’s Center on Disability and Human Development where she directs […]

Addressing Racial Bias in Autism – Helping Spanish-speaking families

BIS has been fortunate to receive an additional NIH research award to study if the NODA diagnostic assessment service could be an equalizer of sorts for underserved communities who suffer even more frustration when seeking a diagnostic assessment for their at-risk children. We are already working with 4 dedicated clinical sites to study the impact on NODA as […]