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  • Ray
    “HAPS has made a difference between just being alive and living.” Ray
  • Jennifer
    “I get to take my mom to dance every week. To have something fun and normal has been such a blessing to us.” Jennifer
  • Ellis
    "HAPS has saved my life." Ellis
  • Margaret
    “Friendship is the most significant thing I have gained though my experience with HAPS. We have happy meetings and understand each other and enjoy ourselves.” Margaret
  • Anna
    “We are doing the Argentine tango, and it’s really a lot of fun. I got to learn how to turn and did a little bit of foot work, and I really, really truly enjoy that. That’s my favorite.” Anna
  • Roger
    “The continuing education about Parkinson’s has made me aware of how to manage my disease.” Roger

Therapeutic Programs

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Exercise, speech, yoga, tai chi, music, water, dance and various support groups are available free of charge.

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Social Services

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Transportation, respite and emergency financial aid are among the many services offered.

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Education

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HAPS provides numerous programs to educate and raise awareness about Parkinson's disease.

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Support HAPS

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HAPS depends on the generosity of the community to continue to provide much needed services.

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Foundations
The Brown Foundation, Inc.
Ellwood Foundation
Greater Houston Community Foundation
George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation
The Hamill Foundation
Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation
Houston Endowment Inc.
Huffington Foundation
Hurlbert Family Foundation
Liatis Foundation
Payne Foundation
The Powell Foundation
Arch and Stella Rowan Foundation
The Charles and Betti Saunders Foundation
Strake Foundation
Isla Carroll Turner Friendship Trust
The Vale-Asche Foundation

Corporations
Bank of America
Baylor College of Medicine
Belmont Village
Boeing ECF
Law Office of Maurice Bresendhan, Jr.
Bryan Calvin Smith Insurance
Cactus Power & Light, LLC
Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC
Chase Bank
Chevron
Citizens Bank
Cupic Custom Homes
Elaine Turner Boutique
ExxonMobil
The Galleria
Gensler
Law Office of Manuel Gonzalez
Pawan Grover, M.D. P.A.
Halliburton
Health South
Home Instead
Houston Methodist
Department of Neurosurgery, Houston Methodist
Ken Kehoe & Company
Kendra Scott Jewelry
Kerrco Inc.
Kroger
Law Office of Claudia Lozano
Charlotte Leach and Martha Turner Properties
Medtronic
Memorial City Bank
Memorial MRI & Diagnostic
OrthoMed
PPD Enterprises, LLC
Randall's
Spagnoletti & Co.
Sprint Waste
Stewart Cadillac
Teva
Texas Mutual Insurance Company
Texas Orthopaedic & Aquatic Therapy Institute
Thorp Petroleum
TTI Home Health Care
University General Hospital
US World Meds
UT Move
Wärtsilä

Help HAPS Design Socks for The Honorable George H.W. Bush

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Would you like to help HAPS design socks for former President George H.W. Bush? The George Bush Presidential Library Foundation is holding a contest for the public to design a pair of socks for the sock aficianado himself. President Bush will select a number of winning pairs to be displayed at his library in College Station. 

HAPS would like to form a team of our clients and associates to meet and create a Parkinson's inspired sock to represent the organization. If you would like to participate, please contact Kelly Nicholls at 713-313-1621 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The contest ends on August 31st.

Join HAPS for the Summer Lecture Series in August

summer-lecture-series-2-2014It is time to take a break from the sizzling heat and join HAPS for the last presentation of this year's 4th Annual Summer Lecture Series. Enjoy this Friday session that will take place in August concluding the series that was led by experts addressing relevant topics related to improving everyday life with Parkinson's disease. 

Click here for more information on the last lecture date, topic and how you can register to attend.

Parkinson's News

Six new genetic risk factors for Parkinson's identified using gene chip 07-28-2014 A gene chip called NeuroX has helped researchers to identify 24 gene variants - six of which are newly discovered - that increase a person's risk of developing Parkinson's disease.