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US Autism & Asperger Association, Inc. December 30, 2008

US Autism and Asperger Association wishes you a happy holiday season and a new year filled with opportunities.

Dear supporters of USAAA:

The holiday season is about spending time with family, thinking about others, and reflecting back on this year and looking forward to the new year. USAAA is Providing the Opportunity: the way to a more purposeful life through Education, Research, Support, and Solutions.

As I look back over the years, it is clear to me that it takes a whole group of dedicated individuals that include Board of Directors, Advisory Board members, conference volunteers, sponsors, conference speakers, conference exhibitors, members, researchers, web designers and many more people to develop and strengthen an organization. The triumphs we have had this past year have been the result of inspiration, taking chances and demanding work of many people. All in all, there were hundreds of individuals who contributed their efforts to help support the USAAA mission.

THANK YOU for your support.

As the season of joy sets in, may your days be filled with hope and happiness!

Each individual unique and beautiful
Together, they can change a whole landscape
Moving forward with you into the New Year
Wishing your children & family well on the road to recovery.

Have a safe and joyous season,

Lawrence P. Kaplan, PhD
USAAA CEO and Founder

Please DONATE NOW and help us build our Autism Library, an online virtual library of autism and Aspergers resources. The library will provide information for affected individuals and their families/caregivers, practitioners, students, teachers, and anyone associated with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome.

Make a year end tax deductible donation to help support our USAAA Sibling program that was launched this year.

Other USAAA programs that will benefit from your generous donations include providing family scholarships to our conferences, addressing special research projects, publishing the USAAA Weekly email newsletter, and answering the hundreds of letters we receive each week directing you to the support you need from our vast resources of professionals and advisory personnel.

Your support enhances the quality of life of individuals and their families and caregivers touched by autism spectrum disorders. Click here to make a donation.

US Autism & Asperger Association (USAAA) is a leading nonprofit organization for Autism and Asperger education, support, and solutions. Our goal is to Provide the Opportunity for individuals with autism spectrum disorders to achieve their fullest potential.

In 1994, USAAA began improving the quality of life of individuals and others affected by ASD. Since then, our initial goal has not changed, but our ambitions have expanded. USAAA is dedicated to:

— Providing immediate solutions through expert guidance and compassionate support.
— Consolidating the overwhelming amount of information and resources to simplify the lives of all associated with autism.
— Individualizing education on treatments and services for the diverse population of those affected.
— Providing networking opportunities for parents, professionals, students, educators, and individuals.

By recognizing the highly individual and diverse nature of treatment and services, USAAA offers information and education that reflects a variety of views and practices regarding treatment and services to allow maximum choice and benefit for the ASD community.

Special Offer extended into 2009

Special New Year Offer! Get the entire DVD set, from the USAAA 2008 International Conference, now on 36 DVD's for an unbelievable price while supplies last. Thirty-Two of the world's most renowned Autism and Asperger experts come right into your own home. Listen to them when you want, day or night. That's right, we are offering a special DVD package that has never been offered to the public at this unbelievable price.

Click here and Order Now for this sensational offer.


©2008 US Autism & Asperger Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 532, Draper, UT 84020-0532
1-888-9AUTISM (1-888-928-8476) , 801-816-1234