Home Instead Honored with Award from Parkinson's Association


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Mike Dailey (left) of the Hawaii Polo Club and Paul Dziuban (right), President of Home Instead Senior Care, are honored with Awards of Appreciation from Jerry Boster (center), President of the Hawai'i Parkinson Association.

On July 30, 2017, Home Instead Senior Care partnered with the Hawai'i Polo Club and raised $1,250.00 during the First Annual Fundraiser for the Hawai'i Parkinson Association. For his fundraising efforts, Paul Dziuban (President of Home Instead Senior Care) was honored with an Award of Appreciation from the Hawai'i Parkinson Association.

Parkinson's disease is the most common neuro-degenerative disorder in America, after Alzheimer's disease. The condition usually affects those over age 65. Approximately 1% of seniors have some form of the disease. Because seniors are disproportionately affected by Parkinson's disease, Home Instead Senior Care is passionate about these fundraising efforts and also provides specialized caregiving services to families affected by Parkinson's. Learn more about our Parkinson's care services!

We would like to thank Mike and Devon Dailey and everyone at the Hawaii Polo Club for hosting and supporting this event and we'd also like to thank all the polo fans in attendance. We look forward to our next fundraiser in 2018 (date to be determined).

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