The Power of Behavior Connect

Fewer Miles, Meaningful Outcomes

Fewer miles travelled. More meaningful outcomes. That's the power of Behavior Connect.

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 Steps

Using behavior connect is as easy as 1-2-3

1. Capture

Capture your child’s behavior at home on your smart phone using the Behavior Capture App.

2. Assess

Specialists perform world-class Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) from a remote location.

3. Analyze

Clients, specialists and other staff members, build a library of shareable assets and a continuous health record. The Behavior Connect platform provides professionals with a unique set of tools to provide the best care plan possible.

Functionality of Behavior Connect

Behavior Connect offers:

  • A client centric, role and permission based system
  • A shared digital library
  • The ability to annotate videos
  • Digitized documents
  • and more, see all the benefits here.


Behavior Connect is HIPPA/FERPA Compliant

Behavior connect is secure and HIPPA/FERPA Compliant, using 256-bit SSL encryption. All users have a unique user ID and require a valid user ID and password to log in to the application, and the site-designated administrator grants access privileges to a user based on the roles assigned to the user.



Watch Dr. William Hazel talk about using Behavior Connect.



Behavior Imaging‘s mission is to revolutionize mental health treatment, research, training, and administration through the use of behavior imaging technology. Learn more about Behavior Connect


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.’

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 the clinical services and interdisciplinary training programs. Her teaching cognate includes disorders of childhood and adolescents, and leadership education in neurodevelopmental disorders. The majority of her direct service work is in assessment of neurodevelopemental disorders. Dr. Mitchell is also a school psychologist and works directly with two K-8 schools and the Idaho Virtual Academy in Moscow, ID.

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 a telehealth option for  ‘Rural families’; this additional NIH award helps us research value to the growing Spanish-language families.

This award will help us translate the current NODA app, connect families to bilingual clinicians EARLIER, and then issue written diagnostic assessments and Recommendations in the family’s native language. We’ll then evaluate if U.S.-based Spanish-speaking families who are seeking autism diagnostic assessments with ‘NODA Autismo‘ would experience improved access over the conventional access to diagnostic assessment for autism. Stay tuned.

Here’s a recent article that further validates the need for new approaches to overcome disparities for research and healthcare access associated with autism – ‘Autism Research’s Overlooked Racial Bias’.



Connecting Brain Health and B.I.

Our CEO is joining other nationally-renowned speakers at the December 6-7th SharpBrains Virtual Conference 2016. Ron Oberleitner will join 40 world-class experts and innovators to discuss leading-edge insights, tools and initiatives to “Reinvent Brain Health in the Digital Age.”

Our company’s talk is entitled ‘Better Ways of Assessing Brain Health for People with NeuroD_____ Conditions’. Ron will discuss why and how Brain Health of our loved ones and friends who have either NeuroDevelopmental (e.g. autism) or NeuroDegenerative health conditions (e.g. Alzheimers, Dementia) can be best understood, and thus better treated, using ‘imaging’ tools like Behavior Imaging to connect patients from their natural environments to expert doctors and researchers, who could be anywhere in the world. Talk will share examples of B.I.’s evidence-supported research to validate how this already happening.

You can register for this ‘virtual’ conference by going to the  Summit website, and note there is 35%-off promotional code: sharp35

Better Behavior Interventions Through Video Technology (Central PA)

One of Behavior Imaging’s partners CAIU (Harrisburg, PA) has been meticulously documenting the benefits of using Behavior Imaging to facilitate their Behavior Intervention consulting services around certain rural regions of Pennsylvania– remotely as needed.

In one case study, they documented an annual savings of $12,000 per student vs in-person consulting services to effectively guide select students with autism, with the use of Behavior Capture in the classroom – and using Behavior Connect to analyze and guide teachers with intervention plans.

Read news coverage here:

The Sentinel – Behavior Intervention Consulting in Rural Pennsylvania