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ASEB is dedicated to providing a full range of services to individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Our mission is to support families and caregivers and to provide information about memory decline to our community.
ASEB offers two Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) programs at centers in Berkeley and Hayward. The respected Robert Wood Johnson Foundation chose ASEB as a model Adult Day Health Care program for its nationwide Partners in Caregiving Demonstration Project.
These comprehensive, high-quality programs for working families and caregivers who want additional support during the day are a vital option for those who want to keep loved ones at home and actively enjoying a full life. Participants are provided an enriching, supportive, and safe community in which they are valued and contributing members.
We maintain a high staff to participant ratio (at least 1 trained staff member provides direct care for 5 participants). Our programs are State Licensed by the California Department of Health Services.
We also offer caregiver support groups, specialized education and training to assist caregivers and care providers, and information or referral to additional services.
ASEB Family Support is designed to provide the caregiver a single resource when they need someone to make sense of meeting many challenging needs. A Family Support client can expect a personal guide who assists in the creation of a long-term family care plan that is comprehensive and lessens the stress that can accompany caregiving.
ASEB’s Early-Stage Program provides support groups for clients and their families coping with the “early-stages” of diagnosis. We offer
Contact: ASEB Berkeley Social Worker at (510) 644-8292
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ASEB is happy to speak with your group or to provide training. Our professionals and families are committed to sharing knowledge, solutions, and expertise with our community. Our goal is to enhance our community’s capacity to understand and provide for the unique needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s or related conditions, as well as to support those of us now called upon to give care. Generous community support sustains us and we, in turn, are eager to give back.
Contact: ASEB Executive Director Micheal Pope at (510) 644-8292