NIMH awards Behavior Imaging Solutions $2.2 million to study how Behavior Imaging can transform diagnosis and behavior assessments. Visit Research Site
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Behavior Imaging Solutions attends annual Applied Behavior Analysis Autism Conference in Philadelphia, PA and supports one of its clinical sites who presented the following research at the poster session: “Creating Efficiencies in Classroom Interventions and Professional Development Using Video Imaging Technology”
Company partners with Georgia Tech, Southwestern Autism Research, and Resource Center (Phoneix, AZ), and Marcus Autism Center (Atlanta, GA) to propose 3-year, next-generation technology research project entitled: Intelligent Data Capture and Assessment Technology for Developmental Disabilities’. Response expected by April, 2012.
Clinical Affairs Vice President Sharon Oberleitner was invited again to join multi-disciplinary committee of The State Collaborative on Assessment and Student Standards Assessing Special Education Students (SCASS ASES) held in San Francisco, CA.
On June 13, 2010, Dr. Tyler Whitney of the Intermountain Center for Autism & Child Development appeared on NBC Channel 7 in Boise, Idaho, to discuss his center’s use of Behavior Imaging Solution’s technology to provide remote services to children with autism under a new United States Air Force program. Children of military personnel at […]
On June 8, 2010, as part of an international health technology forum held at Boise State University (Boise, ID), Dr. Angelika Anderson of Monash University, Australia’s largest University, discussed her work with Behavior Imaging for Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), interventions, and work with children’s self-management. About the Speaker Angelika Anderson, Ph.D., is Senior Lecturer on […]
Contact: Brian C. Cronin Phone: 208.439.8493 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 208.724.1959 (BOISE) – In a new study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), educators overwhelmingly embraced Behavior Imaging technology as a means of more effectively treating children with autism. The study’s results are being published at a time when nearly every state in the […]