When you take a drug to treat high blood pressure or diabetes, you have an objective test to measure blood pressure and the amount of sugar in the blood. It is straight-forward. With autism, you are looking for changes in behavior --Temple Grandin
Hamilton, ON (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
BeDoc_Student Edition™ is a highly flexible ‘system’ that enables school personnel to document ‘real-world’ data directly on smartphones, iPads, etc. Compiled data are instantly converted into easily understood charts and graphs, accessed on a secure web-based reporting site.
BeDoc™ currently includes the following key areas of data collection, and is continuously evolving:
· Skills – IEP skill development
· Tally – Captures frequency and duration of specific behaviors
· Behavior - incorporating ABC (Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence) format
· Self- Care – Toileting and menstruation
Results are accessible through a secure web-based reporting site, displaying user-defined charts and graphs that yield powerful insight into the progress of each student.
A web-based administrative dashboard allows school boards to easily customize BeDoc™ to their specific student needs – correlating them to relevant staff, subjects, settings, behaviors (both positive and disruptive), and IEP related skills.
BeDoc™, developed by Isis Inc., is now 2 years old and is positively impacting students, staff and parents in 4 school boards, representing approximately 316 schools in Ontario.
At Isis, we are agents of change. We work with leading healthcare and education professionals to deliver tailored data collection processes that drive evidence-based behavior change. Our highly flexible frameworks leverage mobile technologies to gain deeper, more valuable and often unexpected insights into human behavior.
With over 17 years experience and over 1400 custom projects, we have a solid track record delivering intelligent solutions with exceptional results for our clients.
For more information or to set up a demo, contact: Eric West, President at ewest(at)isisinsights(dot)ca or visit http://www.bedoc-education.ca