Stepping Stones - Including Kids

Stepping Stones

for ages 2-12

 

Stepping Stones is a program where your child (ages 2-12) meets one on one with a therapist to build upon social and academic skills with the goal of preparing your child for inclusion. The program takes place in a Texas Education Agency Approved nonpublic facility and includes 1 Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) for every 5-7 cases. Stepping Stones provides extensive individualized treatment plans coupled with quarterly detailed progress reports to each client. Our licensed therapists also keep a detailed, daily communication log.

 

At Stepping Stones, we care about the progress your child makes and the progress that you make as a family. To prepare your child for inclusion into mainstream education and teach them the skills they need to succeed, we focus primarily on the following areas:

 

  • Language, communication, and social skills
  • Executive functioning skills
  • Academic refines skills, self-help, and behavior
  • Sitting in a group
  • Working for longer periods of time with less reinforcement
  • Maintaining appropriate behavior
  • Requesting and responding to peers

Our program accepts insurance if applicable and our therapists also work on providing extensive generalizing skills within the community and will accompany you to help facilitate haircuts, medical treatments, annual school photos etc. By joining Stepping Stones, it is not only your child that benefits, but also your family. We offer services for the whole family as well as trainings for parents and siblings. Parents can also join our Including Kids parent membership and participate in holiday events and other special group events to take a more active role in your child’s development. Stepping Stones also offers assistance to your family by providing van transportation to and from inclusion opportunities and to field trips.

 

Including Kids, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color or ethnic or national origin in the administration of its policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or any other programs which it administers.