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Autism and gender diversity: Websites

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Autism Spectrum Australia


Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia’s largest autism-specific service provider. A not-for-profit organisation, they work in partnership with people of all ages on the autism spectrum, and their families to deliver evidence-informed solutions that are person-centred, family-focused and customer driven. This site contains useful information such as fact sheets and lists of resources for LGBTQIA+ people

I CAN Network is Australia’s largest provider of autistic-led group mentoring programs, training and consultancy. This site contains resources and tipsheets for adults and service providers supporting LGBTQIA+ young people with autism, a tipsheet for LGBTQIA+ young people with autism and lists of useful resources.

Reframing Autism


Reframing Autism is an independent Australian organisation. Their site contains an LGBTIQA+-specific page with resources such as webinars and podcasts

Ambitious About Autism


A UK charity that champions rights, campaigns for change and creates opportunities for the autistic community. Their site contains information for gender diverse young people with autism.

Yellow Ladybugs


Yellow Ladybugs is an autistic-led, non-government organisation with strong bridges to the community. They are dedicated to the happiness, success and celebration of autistic girls and women. Their site contains helpful resources such as a neuro-affirming guide to supporting the mental health of autistic gender diverse young people and short videos incorporating the most up to date evidence, expert advice and practical tips to support autistic girls in early childhood.

Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN)


The Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN) is a US-based organisation aiming to provide support and resources for Autistic women, girls, transfeminine and transmasculine nonbinary people, trans people of all genders, Two Spirit people, and all people of marginalized genders or of no gender. The site hosts resources such as webinars, a blog and information for parents.