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New research indicates that transgender and non-binary individuals are significantly more likely to have autism. The study, led by Dr Steven Stagg, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, is one of the first pieces of research to focus on people who identify as non-binary. Dr. Stagg said: "Our study suggests it is important that gender identity clinics screen patients for autism spectrum disorders and adapt their consultation process and therapy accordingly.”
Study finds transgender, non-binary autism link - ARU

Gender identity clinics should screen patients, says lead author of new paper