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“We know that girls and women are often skilled at masking or camouflaging their autistic traits, so they may not receive a diagnosis until much later,” she explains. Other behaviors may also point to differences in autism in girls and women, especially for those who have average or above-average intelligence.What are the symptoms of autism in girls?
Some symptoms of autism include repetitive behaviors, difficulty with impulse control, and a tendency to avoid eye contact. The symptoms of autism tend to be the same for boys and girls, but people are more likely to overlook them in girls.Why are girls under diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder?
Some research suggests the reason girls are typically under diagnosed for autism spectrum disorder is that the current diagnostic criteria does not meet the expression of autism in girls. Current studies cite that at least three males receive an autism diagnosis for every one female.Do girls with autism get as much attention as boys?
Although researchers know much about autism in boys, research regarding autism in girls is lacking. The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) at Children’s National Health System recently uncovered clues as to why girls with ASD may not get as much attention and treatment as boys with the same condition.