CareGiverStory.com is proud to have Executive Director Micheal Pope of ASEB as our featured guest. The following is a statement directly from Micheal about ASEB.
In July we began our new fiscal year, one that marks the beginning of our 25th year of existence. We’ve come a long way since we opened our doors in Berkeley in 1989. From welcoming just 15 participants at the beginning, we now provide services for hundreds of families facing the challenge of memory loss.
ASEB is at a crossroads on its journey, and I am using this occasion to meditate on where we’ve been and where we’re going, on what it means to serve a community with such diverse needs, on what we need to do stay on course, and on the steps we need to take to make sure we can continue to provide a safe, caring, and stimulating environment for our participants, and a source of respite and information for caregivers.
In September we’re unveiling our new logo, which makes official the name by which we’ve come to be known: ASEB. Officially, we are still Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay, but as our logo reflects, we’re more than that, much more.
Micheal Pope or Geri Degen 510-644-8292