Behavior consultation is aimed at helping children with behavioral challenges learn adaptive skills, which include language, communication (verbal and non-verbal), and social skills. Case Management is a service offered to parents to assist their children. At Stepping Stones, we emphasize on acquiring new and appropriate behaviors while also working on helping children achieve developmentally age appropriate milestones.




At Stepping Stones, all behavior consultants/case supervisors are certified Behavior Analysts possessing certifications as a BCBA or related credential, along with a master’s degree in Psychology, Education, Applied Behavior Analysis or related field. As part of our program, such individuals develop programs to enable children to meet social and communication standards.


Our behavior consultation and case management service consists of three steps:

  1. Consultation: We hold a session with your child to gather general information, understand your concerns, and determine if there is a need for assessment.

  2. Assessment: We develop goals and objectives and prepare a treatment plan.

  3. Services: We start working on achieving treatment goals and track treatment progress, accordingly, through evidence-based interventions. This also helps parents understand the progress children make through this process. 

Behavior consultation services offered at Stepping Stones consist of:

  • Behavior Management

  • Treatment program design, development/planning and monitoring

  • Progress monitoring in collaboration with related service providers (e.g. Speech Therapist), treatment data analysis, and child/student observation consisting of the following:

    • Academic Development

    • Social Development

    • Language Development

    • Behavior Management

    • Direct Parent or Caregiver Training

    • Direct Therapy Training

    • Direct School Shadow Aide Training

    • Related Service Provider Training and Consultation

    • Creating Behavior Plans

  • Developing an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) – through development and implementation through the aforementioned and following methods:

    • Group training and scenario-based training, using principles and methods involving Applied Behavior Analysis, for Special Educators

    • Paraprofessionals, therapists or other professionals who work with the child/student