We see a world in which all affected by Parkinson’s have the hope and confidence and support needed to live life to its fullest.

Programs

Therapeutic exercise and speech classes, support groups, and social and enrichment programs are available free of charge.

Services

Social work consultation and case management, transportation, and emergency financial aid are among the many services offered.

Education

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

Community

Fundraising events offer the opportunity to build community and raise important funds for programs and services.

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HAPS GHW Bush Award

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I CAN

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I AM THE FACE OF PARKINSON'S

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CHANGING THE FACE OF PARKINSON'S

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LATEST HAPS NEWS

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HAPS is proud to announce our new COMMUNITY PARTNERS PRESENTS program. 

Keys to successful long-term disease management are maintaining connections with others, staying on top of developments in research, being proactive in your care, and remaining an informed consumer. 

In addition to social engagement, exercise and good mental well-being, treatment options such as medications and surgical interventions are a big component of Parkinson's care. Knowing more about these growing number of options puts you in the best position to make appropriate decisions when managing Parkinson's. HAPS will host a variety of educational lectures related to various aspects of Parkinson's care throughout the rest of this year. 
Visit the calendar on this website to see the upcoming educational program schedule and register. Check back as more sessions are added regularly.   
 
 

MISSION & PURPOSE

MISSION

By using a whole-human approach to community building, we reduce the fear and isolation associated with a Parkinson’s diagnosis.

PURPOSE

We exist to ensure that no one faces a Parkinson’s diagnosis alone.