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About ASEDD 

ASEDD is a non-profit organization  [501(c)3] that is dedicated to raising awareness, providing support, and educating the community about dementia in Delta County. Our mission is to provide respite care, support groups, and other resources for those affected by dementia. We believe that by supporting caregivers, we can improve the quality of life for those living with dementia. Join us in our efforts to raise awareness, support caregivers, and educate the community about dementia in Delta County.

About the Board

The ASEDD Board of Directors meets monthly, to assess the work of the organization.  There are three committees, Finance, Marketing, and Programing.  Join us in our efforts to raise awareness, support caregivers, and educate the community about dementia in Delta County.  Interested in a board  or committee position?  We can always use your help!

ASEDD History

ASEDD was born from the efforts of CareGivers who needed to discuss the issues each faced.  These CareGivers, having found little support existed begin to meet in the Spring of 2016, led by charter members of the board.  As a result of these support groups meetings, former and current people with interest in fighting Dementia formed a non-profit in October of 2020, so that never again would someone be without resources to deal with a Dementia.  Today, the support groups for CareGivers continue, meeting twice weekly in Delta County, with a group bi-weekly for those afflicted with a Dementia, and respite hours provided to those that attend groups regularly.

Our Mission

The mission of ASEDD is to make people more aware of Dementia, to provide support to those affected by Dementia, and to educate people about Dementia.

Our Vision

 ASEDD will reduce the negative affects of Dementia in the Delta county area.

Our Goals

 Support for the CareGiver of someone with a Dementia

Support for those with a Dementia 

Increased awareness of the community about Dementia as a disease

Increased awareness of the community about  the results of a Dementia on others

Respite for the CareGiver and one day Day Care for the afflicted

ASEDD-Board of Directors

President

Jess F. Deegan II

email: DrDeeganII@gmail.com

Member

Edward Boiani

email:  boiani@msn.com

Secretary

Kylynn Wilson

email:  kylynn.wilson@gmail.com

Member

Kim Kelly

email:  kimkelly1176@gmail.com

Mitch McIntosh

email:  leehmcintosh@gmail.com

Member

Daniel Overmeyer

email: dan.overmeyer@gmail.com

Member

Amy Thieme

email:  athieme0426@gmail.com

Vice President

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