Welcome back to my blog series: Women With Autism. In this series we have discussed notable female autism change-makers, facts about autistic misdiagnoses and underdiagnoses, why autism diagnoses are missed in females, and symptoms of autism in women. For my final article, I want to talk about new research on females with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Welcome back to my blog series on women with autism! So far we have discussed notable female autism advocates, underdiagnosis and misdiagnoses, and why female autistic traits are missed. Today, we will discuss female autism traits. If you are wondering if you might have autism, it is helpful to know the traits that are common in women with autism.
Welcome back to my blog series about women with autism. First, I wrote about female autism advocates I admire. Then, in my prior blog, I wrote about how so many women with autism are misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all. Honestly, it can be challenging for many professionals to diagnose a woman with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Welcome back to my blog series: Women with Autism. This month is Woman’s History Month. So, I am honoring women by discussing issues, autistic women have. Last week, we discussed female autism advocates. This week, we will discuss why many neurodiverse women are misdiagnosed or underdiagnosed.
As a Psychologist in Palo Alto, One Of My Favorite Things To Do Is Work With Autistic Women
I enjoy working with women with autistic traits because I appreciate their great minds and kind hearts.
The month of March is Women’s History Month. March is a time to appreciate the great contributions that women with autism have made. For example, neurodiverse women have made contributions in science, politics, medicine, art, writing, grassroots movements, teaching, motherhood, etc.