Adult Applications of Behavior Imaging – A Focus for 2016

While most of Behavior Imaging’s ‘autism’ applications have been developed, evaluated, and ultimately commercialized to benefit at-risk or already diagnosed children with ASD, BI has been concurrently collaborating with health centers and universities for the past six years to evaluate the use of Behavior Imaging’s applications to facilitate care for transitioning teens and adult with ASD’s ongoing healthcare needs.

BI has documented some of its ‘adult’ applications over the years in the following publications or case studies found in our Case Studies section…

– Store and Forward Telepsychology Applications…

– Use of BI to Assess Inter-rater Reliability in a Pharmaceutical Trial

– Use of BI and Gizmogadget to Support Adults out in the Community

By publishing on these successful adult applications, BI is refining use of our Behavior Connect platform to be applicable for applications from a time when a child is ‘at-risk’ for a developmental delay, until that same person can access Behavior Connect independently to facilitate periodic health visits (incl remote visits),  and achieve optimal health as an adult, with doctors ‘just a click away’.

See how adults had facilitated their clinical trial involvement by their clinicians using Behavior Imaging –

Please check back here this summer regarding some current research efforts we’ll be publishing specific to adult applications.

CBS 5 Arizona News

PHOENIX (CBS5)- SARRC: App-based pilot program can aid in autism diagnosis



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Behavior Imaging Research Demonstrating Effectiveness in Autism Classrooms – Atlanta, GA

In this NIH funded pilot study, four teachers with varied experience in teaching children with special needs were randomly assigned to eight students each; and asked to provide Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) using Assessment View. Results included a 43% reduction in data collection errors.

Behavior Imaging for Alternate Assessment

On June 8, 2010, as part of an international health technology forum held at Boise State University (Boise, ID), Carol Scholz, M.Ed., the Director of Alternate Assessment in the Idaho State Department of Education and the 2008 Idaho Teacher of the Year, discussed the state’s ambitious and nation-leading technology initiative to use Behavior Imaging® to securely collect student progress data from around the state.

Dr. Angelika Anderson: Behavior Imaging for Functional Behavior Assessment

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 the Faculty of Education at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. She leads research development at the Elwyn Morey Child Study Centre and has been invited by the New Zealand Ministry of Health to serve on the national committee reviewing autism service delivery guidelines. Dr. Anderson is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, the Association for Behavior Analysis, and Autism Victoria. She holds a Ph.D. in educational psychology. She has a special interest in inclusive education for children with challenges (special learning needs, problem behavior, poverty, or minority status)