Autism & Behavior Consultant
BACB Certification Number:0-12-4460
Among the few BACB[USA] certified Autism and Behavior Consultants in Dubai, UAE, I have made it my passion and mission to reach out to the communities of children with determination. In my work experience spanning over 20 years with these children and their families, I have mainly worked with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), ADHD, PDD, learning disabilities, etc., providing relevant support and strategies and extending cooperation to all involved in the treatment.
After graduation and several years of work experience with children with determination, I secured my behavior analysis training from Florida Tech University and board certification from the BACB Board in the United States.
I joined the ABA Center for special needs, Ras Al Khaimah, as an Autism and Behavior consultant in 2007. During my time at the ABA center, I had provided regular behavioral assessments and implemented behavior intervention plans for learners in special education classrooms and home programs. I was also responsible for the implementation of the ABA curriculum, training for supervisory personnel, and in-service ABA Therapy training for all staff.
I joined Austin Center for Rehabilitation in 2015 and am continuing to provide support to the special needs community in Sharjah, Dubai, and neighbouring emirates in the UAE.
In over two decades of interaction with children with determination and their families, I was privileged to share my expertise in ABA Therapy and Behavior Analysis with over 7000 individuals with autism spectrum disorders, ranging from fourteen months to twelve years. I have provided behavioral consultation, assessment, and treatment based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD), and behavioral difficulties, as well as support for the families involved.
Asha Susan Mani, BCaBA
Certified Autism & Behavior Consultant, Dubai, UAE . BACB Certification Number:0-12-4460
- To empower families of children with Autism with tools and strategies and instill a positive belief in overcoming the often debilitating effects of Autism related problems.
- To familiarize family members with new parenting skills with a view to eliminate or reduce the impact of disruptive, inappropriate behaviors at home and in the community.
- To aid the child through the development of pro-social, adaptive skills and the positive enhancement of their own strengths. and thus successfully integrate them into mainstream society.