Watch – Do we need more schools for girls with autism?

ITV reports from the only school specifically for girls on the autistic spectrum has 80 places for pupils age 11 to 16. So do we need more provision like Limpsfield Grange in Surrey?

For our other reports on girls with autism click here and here

If you need more help and information on autism in girls, the National Autistic Society run a confidential helpline on 0808 800 4104. You can contact the campaign group Fighting Inequality for Girls on the Spectrum at figscampaignuk@gmail.com

Watch interviews with the pupils Watch – Do we need more schools for girls with autism?

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