‘We’ve Got To Do More’: Providers Seek To Close Gap In Mental Health Care For Neurodiverse PeopleCatalight sets to launch new training program for clinicians in 2024.

People with autism are four times as likely to experience depression in their life than typically-developing peers. Despite the increased risk, people with autism or other neurodiversities often face significant obstacles when seeking mental health care.

Barriers like clinicians’ lack of specialty training, staffing shortages and pitfalls with payers often prevent neurodiverse people from accessing care for mental disorders like depression, anxiety and mood disorders, despite increased risks. Read More