Why Girls With Autism Commonly Go Undiagnosed


This article discusses how, despite recent progress in research, young autistic women are still commonly overlooked by parents, educators, and medical providers. It explores why current diagnostic standards are unlikely to identify autism in girls, and what systemic changes are needed to ensure young women with autism are able to access the resources they need.

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Published on 09/01/2022

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