Autism and girls research bulletin: Volume 2

Middletown Centre for Autism, partners of Network Autism, have produced accessible research summaries of topics of relevance to professionals working in the field of autism, in particular professionals working in education or with children and young people.

This issue looks at autism and girls. It contains summarises of ten articles ranging in date from 2011-2015, including topics such as peer acceptance within mainstream schools, sex differences between autistic girls and boys and using Social Stories to teach menstrual care.

It also includes an interview with Dr Judith Gould, Lead Consultant at the Lorna Wing Centre for Autism and a Clinical Psychologist with over 40 years’ experience of autism.

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Author: Middletown Center for Autism

Date added: 21 June 2016