Aspienwomen: Moving towards an adult female profile of Autism/Asperger Syndrome

Having a daughter with an autistic spectrum condition and recently being identified myself as autistic I do love to share Tania’s work. Dr Marshall is doing a lot to help other professionals recognise the different presentations females can have

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Aspienwomen : Adult Women with Asperger Syndrome. Moving towards a female profile of Asperger Syndrome (Updated January 9th, 2016). This blog has been viewed lose to 300,000 times since I initially wrote it and is the basis for my second bestselling book, I Am AspienWoman, released August 29th, 2015andnow a best seller. I am pleased to announce this book just received a 2016 IPPY eLit Gold Medal award in the ‘Women’s Issues’ category. This book is available at, Amazon, the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) and other fine book stores.

Tania is available for fee-based in-person or Skype remote assessments, consultations, problem solving sessions, intervention and support. She also works regularly with a varietyof professionals in many countries, in the areas of referrals and assisting individuals to obtain and/or receive an assessment, diagnosis and/or support in their own country. She can be contacted at regarding fee-based assessments…

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Autism / Aspergers Syndrome. It is NOT just a man thing!


A Sidmouth mother speaks out about the shame of our services for females with an autistic spectrum condition. She says “it can be likened to a modern-day witch hunt.”

She says “the corruption I have witnessed is untenable and has to be seen to be
believed. The NICE guidelines and SEND laws set up to protect and safeguard these children are being disregarded and flouted by the medical profession and local authority who have outrageously obvious conflicts of interest – to have the responsibility of assessing, diagnosing then educating and supporting our precious children.”

Whilst Melanie understood how difficult things were for Rosie at school she was powerless to do much because she had been humiliated and incorrectly labelled a fabricator so the school felt it had the justification to ignore her concerns.

Read the full story on SWAY here and if it resonates please do share on
🙂 Thank you Melanie.