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Dallas Area Parkinson Society (DAPS) launches its largest fundraising campaign in April, Parkinson’s Awareness Month. 100% of the funds raised go to DAPS, allowing us to keep our services at no cost to anyone impacted by Parkinson’s disease. Donations also support our outreach to the estimated 15,000 people living with Parkinson's disease in North Texas. DAPS understands that Parkinson's disease can impact individuals physically, emotionally, socially and mentally. That's why our services to our neighbors in North Texas are comprehensive, easily accessible and delivered by professionals with specific training in Parkinson's disease.

The red tulip is the international symbol for Parkinson's disease, representing the hemispheres of the brain.

At DAPS, the tulip also represents our core values.


Our communities are planted throughout North Texas in 8 locations and supported weekly by instructors, volunteers, and staff to provide essential exercise and speech classes.


Connection allows anyone - regardless of age, stage of the disease or relationship to the disease - to grow and learn at our monthly Educational Series, available in Dallas, Denton and Collin County.


Compassion is the soil that DAPS provides to enrich the lives of those impacted by Parkinson's disease through support groups to people with Parkinson's disease as well as support groups for care partners.

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Since 1978, DAPS has been dedicated to improving and impacting the lives of those affected by Parkinson’s disease. DAPS serves 1,200 North Texas individuals through exercise classes, speech classes, education and support groups. With your help, we can expand our reach to more of our neighbors in North Texas who are impacted by Parkinson's disease.

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Your support will help us grow the foundation of DAPS to reach our goal of $25,000.

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