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"Autism, Girls and Keeping it All Inside" Q & A sessions for parents

2 hour session with a group of parents facilitated by school.
How to spot signs, route to diagnosis and generalised support strategies

Girls are diagnosed considerably later than boys on average (some research in Wales suggests 6 years later) and often not until secondary school, when everything changes and the young person’s coping and masking strategies no longer work. It’s part of Autistic Girls Network’s mission as a charity to campaign for greater understanding of how autism presents internally, which tends to be how autism commonly presents in girls (and if it doesn’t, they have probably been diagnosed much younger).

This session will help to:

PRICE: £200 (no VAT)

Please contact us for more details.