Full Circle
Feb 14, 2019
Donald Pyeatt
Full Circle

Donald Pyeatt serves as the Executive Director of Full Circle Adult Day Center.  The mission of Full Circle Adult Day Center is to provide day services that optimize the cognitive and physical abilities of seniors and adults with disabilities so they can remain as independent as possible in their homes.

Donald has spent eighteen years working in the not-for-profit arena.  After Graduate School he worked in Community Mental Health for Five years working with Adult Males diagnosed with Schizophrenia and providing school-based services for children and adolescents.  He then moved onto an Administrative position where he supervised Mental Health services for two counties and developed one of the first wrap-around service programs in the state.

Donald then moved onto an Executive Director position for a not-for-profit Developmental Disabilities sheltered workshop and activity center.  The organization provided employment for Developmentally Disabled, job coaching, and community based activities.  The organization also had a team that competed in the Special Olympics of which Donald was a Coach.  During this time he worked with HUD to build a housing project for Developmentally Disabled Community members.

An opportunity came up to be a coordinator for a state grant.  Donald worked with low income families to teach health and safety to parents with children newborn to age six.  With this grant and other funding a program was developed to provide infant and toddler car seats, and car seat safety, to these families.  During this period over 500 car seats were provided to families in need.

Donald began as Director of Full Circle Adult Day Center on December the 11th, 2017.