For education professionals working with girls or women with social communication difficulties, on the pathway or with a diagnosis of autism.
Autistic girls often demonstrate less traditionally obvious traits of autism or may mask their difficulties, and are therefore often misdiagnosed or diagnosed later than boys are.
- To develop an understanding of how autism is diagnosed
- To increase understanding of how autism may present differently in women and girls
- To increase understanding of how this may appear in an education context
- To develop a practical toolkit that can be beneficial to autistic individuals at school and at home