Professor Tony Attwood – Autism in Females

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Professor Tony Attwood – Autism in Females
from Healthed on Vimeo

Hi Carly,
This is about 30minutes long and has a few streaming hiccups which sort themselves out very quickly without any intervention from the viewer.
I enjoyed it, not having actually seen Tony Attwood speak before, he’s got a great way of keeping things light but telling it how it is.
So I wondered if it might be suitable at all for the Axia Facebook page?
I hope the link comes through ok.
I hope very much that all are well.
Kindest regards,
Helen Jones
Guest Contributor

Professor Tony Attwood – Autism in Females from Healthed on Vimeo.

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2 comments on “Professor Tony Attwood – Autism in Females
  1. Dream says:

    Thank you for sharing this Helen, I hadn’t seen it, and found it fascinating. Personally, I think there are a lot of overlaps between the “male” and “female” so called “profiles”, as I resonate with quite a number of the “feminine traits” whilst also displaying a number of the “masculine traits”.

    As/For my Self I found it very interesting, and I don’t think it should be limited to women to watch this.

    • Helen says:

      I’m delighted that you found this worth watching Dream and wholeheartedly agree with you in that the traits of autism should not be boxed into female and male “issues”, so I do hope that many of the Axia members watch and gain from this.
      Kindest Regards

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