Behavior Intervention Monitoring Assessment System (BIMAS-2)
Authors: James L. McDougal, Psy.D., Achilles N. Bardos, Ph.D., & Scott T. Meier, Ph.D.
Purpose: Measure social, emotional and behavioral functioning in children and adolescents
Ages: 5-18 years
Forms: Rating forms for Parent, Teacher, Clinician, and Self-Report
Administration Time: 5 – 10 minutes
Number of Items: 34
- Negative Affect
- Academic Functioning
Features and Benefits:
The BIMAS-2 offers an online web-based data management system with dynamic analysis, graphing and reporting options. This allows its users to dynamically manipulate data in real time to assist in evidence-based decision-making within a comprehensive behavior health care model of service delivery. The BIMAS-2 is a brief, repeatable multi-informant measure that can be used for Universal Screening – identify students who might be at risk or in need of further assessment – and Progress Monitoring – monitor the effectiveness of system wide interventions. The data generated by this process, increases accountability across all parties involved, promotes implementation fidelity and facilitates the collaboration of school personnel and parents.
The BIMAS-2 Kit for $200 includes account set up, user access fee, and an annual site license for 25 students. Additional students are $4.00 annually for each student.