Invisible women, lost girls: To be female on the autism spectrum

“They are very often incredibly creative individuals, almost like Renaissance people who are extremely bright,” said Dania Jekel, executive director of the Autism Asperger Network (AANE), a national advocacy group. “On the other hand, the anxiety can be completely crippling for them, especially when they are misunderstood. People see a

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