Interested in attending the 2018 NFDA Convention to be held Oct. 14-17 in Salt Lake City? Download our Free NFDA Expo Registration Form, valid for all 3 Expo Days. With this pass, you’ll have access to explore the NFDA convention exhibit hall absolutely free, so be sure to stop by our booth while you’re there! To register for the FREE PASS, simply complete our form and send to the NFDA before 9/7.
ASD is pleased to announce we have been selected as a finalist for the NFDA Members’ Choice Award (formally the Innovation Award). While no other company has won this award more than once, ASD is proud to be a three-time recipient. ASD was recognized for our Web Form Watch Dog™ tool and Spanish Translation Services, making us the first company ever to be named a finalist twice in the same year!
Jul 02, 2018
Wishing you & your family a happy and festive 4th of July holiday! Every year, this date reminds us to pause and appreciate the freedoms we are so fortunate to have. At ASD, we believe that freedom comes in many forms. We know many directors spend a great deal of time shackled to a phone. Our mission is to provide solutions that liberate our clients to spend more time doing the things they love.
As many in our profession are aware, the need for specialized bereavement support for those grieving an overdose death is vital. This type of loss is often complicated by unresolved feelings as well as fear of societal stigma. ASD has compiled a comprehensive list of grief support groups to help directors find resources to recommend to families impacted by an overdose death.
June 6th will always be a date on the calendar I hate. It is a date that brings death and mortality to the forefront of my brain. Every year, no matter how old I get, when June 6th rolls around my memory always returns to the day a classmate in my elementary school was killed in a house fire.
ASD is pleased to share this guest blog post from Kirsty Judge, Writer and Editor for Beyond, a UK-based company offering end-of-life planning tools. In this guest post, Kirsty outlines several unique and out-of-the-urn ideas for families wanting to do something extra-memorable with their loved one's ashes.