alexa U.S. Autism and Asperger Association

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U.S. Autism and Asperger Association

US Autism & Asperger Association (USAAA) is a not for profit organization for Autism and Asperger education, research, support, study and solutions. The society was established in 1995, by that time the society began improving the quality of life of patients affected with autism problem, Asperger Syndrome and other related disorders. In 2005, some special abilities came into US Autism & Asperger Association, along with a mission to provide the Opportunity for everyone living with autism problem, Asperger Syndrome and other related disorders to achieve their fullest potential, by enriching the communities working on autism and Asperger, with education, training, accessible resources, and partnerships with local and national projects. Like other autism profiles, the Asperger syndrome is a lifelong developmental disability, which can not be cured, that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. Patients with Asperger syndrome see, hear and feel the same world differently to the other people. If a person has Asperger syndrome, he will have to survive with it for entire life – it is not an illness or disease and cannot be ‘cured’.

All autism patients share some certain problems, but being affected with autissm will affect them in different ways. Some people with Asperger syndrome also many have mental health problems or other conditions, meaning people need different levels and types of support. People with Asperger syndrome are of usually average or sometimes above average in intelligence. They do not usually have the learning disabilities that usually many autistic people may have, but they may have specific learning difficulties. They have fewer issues with speech but may still have difficulties with language understanding and processing. With the right kind of support, all can be helped to live a more fulfilling life of their own choosing.

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