POP ADVISORS GROUP
The POP Advisors Group is dedicated to those of you who have recently been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. We at Power Over Parkinson’s personally understand the issues that accompany being newly diagnosed. Our Founder, Gary Rogliano has Parkinson’s Disease and started the Foundation to improve the current quality of life for those with the disease. Per our mission statement, POP is dedicated to supporting those with Parkinson’s through financial, physical activity, and socialization avenues.
Because we understand all the issues, concerns, and questions you may have as a person newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, we are able to help, listen and guide you through all the processes and resources that are available to those with the disease.
In addition to our many relationships with service providers helpful to those with Parkinson’s Disease, we also have several POP Advisors who volunteer to spend time with those who are newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s. These Advisors, who also have Parkinson’s Disease, are dedicated individuals who will guide you to the resources that exist to improve your current quality of life and create a socialization network that is intact for years to come. They have experienced the journey you are going through, so they understand and appreciate your personal issues. While we are not medical personnel and cannot dispense medical advice, we are here to help both you and your care partners.
As always, in keeping with POP’s tradition, there is no obligation or cost to you or your care partner. If you have any questions about this program, please feel free to contact us at Power Over Parkinson’s.
Below is our list of talented Advisors with a contact form to follow. Please fill out the form below with your contact data and we will respond to you shortly.
Note: While this service is focused on the newly diagnosed and the challenges that accompany the initial stages of the disease, POP strives to support those with PD at every stage of their journey. Because of this, if you are not newly diagnosed but are in need of assistance, please reach out to us.