Welcome to Kerry Maisels

Behaviour Consulting (KMBC)

We are committed to making a meaningful impact on the lives of children and their families.

Whether your child has a diagnosis, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or Intellectual Disabilities (ID), or if your child faces challenges with emotional regulation, communication, or daily living skills, we are here to support you every step of the way.
Our services cater to children with a range of needs, ensuring comprehensive support tailored to each child's unique situation.
With decades of combined experience in the field, our team of dedicated professionals is here to support you every step of the way.

Our Mission

Empowering Children and Families for a Brighter Future
At KMBC, our mission is to empower children with neurodevelopmental disorders and behavioural, emotional, and intellectual challenges to unlock their full potential and lead fulfilling lives. We are dedicated to providing exceptional, individualized services, promoting understanding, and fostering growth within the communities we serve.

Our Vision

Leading the Way in Compassionate and Effective Behavioural Consulting Services
We aspire to create a world where every child, regardless of their developmental challenges, has the opportunity to thrive and lead a life filled with purpose and joy.

Our Core Values


We aspire to create a world where every child, regardless of their developmental challenges, has the opportunity to thrive and lead a life filled with purpose and joy.


We believe in the power of collaboration, working hand-in-hand with families, professionals, and the community to achieve shared goals.


Inclusivity is at our core, ensuring that our services and resources are accessible to all, regardless of background or circumstance.


We are committed to excellence, delivering the highest quality services and continually improving our knowledge and skills.


We advocate passionately for the rights and well-being of individuals with various developmental, behavioural, and emotional challenges, standing by our clients and their families as unwavering allies.


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