Autism diagnosis six years longer for girls, research finds

“I knew I always felt different, but I didn’t know I was autistic.”

For Rhiannon Lloyd-Williams, it would take until she was 35 to learn just why she felt different.

Now research by Swansea University has found it takes on average six years longer to diagnose autism in women and girls than in males.

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