Cariloop Partners with Dallas Area Parkinsonism Society (DAPS)
Cariloop, a provider of comprehensive services and tools that help families plan for and manage the care of aging loved ones, recently announced its partnership with Dallas Area Parkinsonism Society (DAPS).
The partnership allows DAPS members who are caring for loved ones with Parkinson’s disease to access Cariloop’s services at a discounted rate and partake in a variety of educational opportunities.
“Caring for a loved one dealing with Parkinson’s can be challenging and requires a vast amount of research and knowledge about this incurable disease,” said Jeryn Laengrich, Chief Service Officer of Cariloop. “Both my parents have faced this diagnosis, so I know firsthand the importance of planning, seeking knowledge and building a support network. Therefore, we are honored to partner with DAPS and provide a qualified, yet compassionate, level of service to the organization’s members. Our hope is to relieve stress for families in the midst of a physically and emotionally exhausting situation, and shine light on all the good that organizations like DAPS do for our community.”
This partnership will give DAPS members peace of mind, knowing they have a support system and tools at their disposal. In addition to discounted Cariloop membership pricing, DAPS members will also have access to educational resources and opportunities.
“The expertise represented by the staff at Cariloop coupled with the services they offer makes for an excellent fit for our organization,” said Mike Miles, executive director of DAPS. “Today, navigating the world of healthcare can be daunting for anyone and for those facing the challenges of a disease, such as Parkinson’s, it can be even more overwhelming. Our mission to impact and improve the lives of those affected by Parkinson’s disease made it easy to see the value Cariloop will bring to our members.”
DAPS is dedicated to impacting and improving the lives of those affected with Parkinson’s disease. The organization’s vision is to continue to provide services such as education, socialization, exercise and support groups for people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers. In addition, DAPS strives to be proactive by staying informed regarding the latest treatment, research, discoveries, innovations and resources available to the Parkinson’s community.
For more information on how Cariloop can assist those tasked with caring for an aging loved one, please visit www.cariloop.com.
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