Stimulus preference assessment (SPA) methods have been used to identify stimuli that might function as reinforcers. These methods typically assess social stimuli, such as hugs and verbal praise, tangible stimuli, such as toys and edibles, and high-frequency activities. Individual preferences for staff personnel, however, have not been assessed. In this study, the paired-stimulus assessment method was adapted to assess consumer preferences for different staff. Four adults with intellectual disabilities, two children with autistic-spectrum disorders, and one child with emotional difficulties participated in the present study. The results showed that preferences for different staff were identified for five of the seven consumers. These results provide support for the use of this procedure for identifying preferences for different staff. Directions for future research are discussed in terms of systematizing the assessment procedure, validation of results, and practical considerations regarding the assessment of preferences for staff personnel.