Chairperson of ‘Bangladesh ABA Centre for Autism
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Certification, USA
Masters Degree in Autism, University of South Wales, UK
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at University of North Texas, USA.
Kaneez Mustary is the founding chairperson of ‘Bangladesh ABA Centre for Autism’, a non-profit organization dedicated to improve the lives of children and adults with Autism by providing specialized education and life-skills training. She is currently working as Clinical Director and providing direct supervision to the staff of ABA Centre. Kaneez is also working as a Lecturer at the department of Medicine/Psychological Medicine at Cardiff University, UK and supervising students from various countries on their behaviour analytical work. She is also providing regular consultation to the parents and staff of Autism Parents Support Group in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Prior to that Kaneez was working as Behaviour Analyst for Positive Behaviour Support Service at Halton Borough Council, providing behaviour analytical services to five boroughs in the United Kingdom. Kaneez is involved in various research projects with Swansea University.
Kaneez has over 19 years of experience utilizing the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis in support of children, adolescents and adults with ASD and other disabilities in educational, employment, and community based settings. She worked as Consultant for many organizations in the UK (GRIP Wales and Treehouse Trust), Ireland (Mayo Autism Action), and the U.A.E (ABA Centre for Special Needs, Ras Al Khaima)in the past.
Kaneez received her Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Certification in 2005 from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, USA. She also holds a Masters Degree in Autism. Kaneez studied Autism at University of South Wales, UK and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at University of North Texas, USA.
Kaneez provides consultation services in the areas of Diagnosis, Assessment, Feeding Therapy, Oral Placement Therapy for Speech Clarity, Counselling and Management of Challenging Behaviour including aggression, property destruction, self-injury, self-stimulation, obsessive behaviours, refusal to participate in learning situations, etc.