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We hope you are able to attend Easy Street’s upcoming wine and cheese fundraiser! Easy Street, LLC is a non-profit organization based in Loudoun County that supports young adults with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder and their families. Navigating the important aspects of life after high school can be a very real challenge for individuals with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder, so let Easy Street help you pave the way.

Dr. Allison Jack of GW’s Autism Institute will be the evening’s guest speaker and Dr. Michael Oberschneider, Easy Street’s chief mental health advisor, will also be on hand. Of course, Ms. Pam Ruddy, Easy Street’s Founder and Director will be hosting the event. Without Pam’s hard work and dedication to supporting individuals with Asperger’s Disorder, none of this would’ve been possible!

The event is free, and we invite you to donate to this wonderful, and very needed, organization in support of young adults with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder in our area.

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