We know that historically and still today, autistic women continue to be under- and mis-diagnosed. While it was originally thought the ratio of autistic males to females was 4:1, research now tells us that number is actually closer to 2:1. Many women do not receive a diagnosis well into adulthood because the stereotypes associated with autism simply don’t fit females.

In each Women’s Group, we will build off of previous sessions and discussions, continuing to provide timely information regarding topics that are important to autistic women. In this particular session, we’ll highlight key resources for Autistic women in Alberta and throughout the world, including many excellent resources from the UK.

In a safe and welcoming small group setting, we’ll discuss these and more, sharing information, and enjoying valuable peer connection. First timers are always welcome as each session’s topics and discussion is unique.

Join us Wednesday, May 17, 2023

4:00 – 5:00 p.m.

at The Ability Hub (300, 3820 24th Avenue NW Calgary, AB)

If  you would like to attend this session, but getting to the Ability Hub in person is a barrier for you, attending via Zoom is also an option. Please email info@sinneavefoundation.org in advance of the session for the link.

*Please note: All are welcome no matter how you identify, however, please be aware that information and resources provided are based on female assigned at birth. All gender expressions are welcome.

If you have any questions about this session, please contact us by emailing info@sinneavefoundation.org or calling 403 210-5000.