Women with autism can often be misjudged and their difficulties unnoticed. This book is collection of powerful testimonies, shedding a new light on the struggle involved in being diagnosed, understood and supported as a female on the autism spectrum.
Edited by Dr Elisabeth Hurley, who concludes the book with a chapter on the latest research around women and girls with autism, the book contains 15 chapters, each written by a woman on the spectrum.
Contributors include artist Esther Whitney, autism trainer Lana Grant, speaker and author Wendy Lawson, and author Robyn Steward. Each chapter is unique, some contain illustrations, others poetry and stories. The book's foreword is written by Dr Juli Crocombe.