School of Education

Gendering Autism

An opportunity for autistic people to participate in shaping research by getting together to share ideas, opinions and experiences

Come and tell us what you think about how gender and autism intersect in identities.

  • How does gender change experiences of diagnosis or access to autism services and supports?
  • Is autims really a gender issue?

Kabie Brook, Anna Robinson, Yvette Taylor and Richard Mills would like to invite you to join our day long research conference either in person or to connect with us virtually via a chat room.

Register your interest with Kabie Brook and we will follow this up by sending you information updates of this exciting new research conference.

You don't have to be a researcher. You do have to be autistic and interested in sharing your views on gender, autism and identity.