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Safeguarding autistic girls : strategies for professionals / Carly Jones MBE.

By: Jones, Carly
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London UK Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2022Description: 234 pages ; 22 cmISBN: 9781787757592Subject(s): Autistic women and girls | Resources for practitioners and service providers | Resources for educators | Childhood | Sexual abuse | Masking (camouflaging autistic traits) | Bullying | Personal safety and abuse prevention | Books by autistic authors
Contents:
The current situation -- Why are autistic girls vulnerable? -- Team diagnosed vs team undiagnosed -- The autistic lens vs the mental health lens -- The problem with the educational system -- We can't carry on this way -- The risk to autistic girls'safety -- Sexual abuse -- Bullying and mate crime -- Teen pregnancy -- Radicalisation and gangs -- Childhood marriage and domestic violence -- How to identify a girl at risk -- Masking -- Drink and drug use -- Eating disorders -- The common scapegoat -- Burnout -- Tried and tested strategies for support -- Working with individuals -- Working with other professionals -- Keeping an intersectional mindset -- Working with the family -- The lifesaving gift of a peer group -- Designing and sustaining a new blueprint -- The untapped oil -- Ideas for the educational system -- Employment and media -- Equal access to safeguarding in healthcare -- Access to justice and legislation loophole.
Summary: "The author is autistic, and she is a leading name in the community with a significant media profile (she was the first British autistic woman to address the United Nations on autistic females' rights, and has received an MBE for her work in this area). Carly works directly with families and multidisciplinary teams to support autistic girls who are at risk of dropping out of education. The content of the book will be based on this experience, and address the face that many young/teenage (diagnosed/pre-diagnosis) autistic girls are either in trouble or absent from school, and are ping-ponging between mental health units, CAMHS, home, detention - often vulnerable to men, gangs, depression, self-harm, etc."--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The current situation -- Why are autistic girls vulnerable? -- Team diagnosed vs team undiagnosed -- The autistic lens vs the mental health lens -- The problem with the educational system -- We can't carry on this way -- The risk to autistic girls'safety -- Sexual abuse -- Bullying and mate crime -- Teen pregnancy -- Radicalisation and gangs -- Childhood marriage and domestic violence -- How to identify a girl at risk -- Masking -- Drink and drug use -- Eating disorders -- The common scapegoat -- Burnout -- Tried and tested strategies for support -- Working with individuals -- Working with other professionals -- Keeping an intersectional mindset -- Working with the family -- The lifesaving gift of a peer group -- Designing and sustaining a new blueprint -- The untapped oil -- Ideas for the educational system -- Employment and media -- Equal access to safeguarding in healthcare -- Access to justice and legislation loophole.

"The author is autistic, and she is a leading name in the community with a significant media profile (she was the first British autistic woman to address the United Nations on autistic females' rights, and has received an MBE for her work in this area). Carly works directly with families and multidisciplinary teams to support autistic girls who are at risk of dropping out of education. The content of the book will be based on this experience, and address the face that many young/teenage (diagnosed/pre-diagnosis) autistic girls are either in trouble or absent from school, and are ping-ponging between mental health units, CAMHS, home, detention - often vulnerable to men, gangs, depression, self-harm, etc."--