The Orange County Asperger's Support Group
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Individuals with a diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome (AS), High-Functioning Autism (HFA) or PDD-NOS -- and their family members --are welcome to attend our OCASG support group meetings in Newport Beach on the 3rd Monday of every month, and North County on the 4th Monday of every month.
Full OCASG membership, however, provides so much more ... including and especially participation in OCASG social activities, events and special programs. To get your OCASG Membership Card, simply click on the red "Click here to join!" button. You will be asked for some information and you'll need to approve our activity waiver and Code of Conduct. You will then be requested to pay just $12 annual dues per family. Additional donation levels (greatly appreciated!) include Silver ($25), Gold ($50) and Platinum ($100). Dues and donations are tax deductible.
Current members can renew membership for 2013 by clicking on the blue "2013 Renew Dues" button. Members who joined in or after Oct 2012 are up to date and do not have to pay additional dues for 2013.
We can make $12 go a long way.
It’s easy to spend $12 in the course of a day or evening. Two venti lattes will almost do it. But $12 to OCASG is good for an entire year -- that's 12 months. And it’s a contribution that will open doors to opportunities for our members and their families. Broken down, $12 per year is a mere $1 per month. Isn’t OCASG worth it? Aren’t you worth it? Thank you!
Membership has its benefits
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Our OCASG social activities are intended to provide members with opportunities for socialization and community integration. These include age-appropriate and family-oriented activities such as bowling, movies, horseback riding, hiking, coffee discussion groups and more.
Attendance at social activities is limited to members only. Prospective members may attend up to two social activities before being required to pay dues, but must still sign the Activity Waiver and Code of Conduct.