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The National Parkinson Foundation Partners with Honor to Help the Home Care Company Deliver Personalized Care in the Home

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) and Honor home care announced today a collaborative partnership to bring personalized care in the home to people diagnosed with Parkinson’s.  Honor will license the NPF’s proprietary care guidance.

“The National Parkinson Foundation is pleased to collaborate with Honor Home Care to make life better for people with Parkinson's and their families,” said Paul R. Blom, Interim Chief Executive Officer of the National Parkinson Foundation.

In addition to receiving training on caring for individuals with Parkinson’s, Honor Care Pros will be equipped with the Foundation’s content and recommendations detailing how to deliver long-term home care to their clients through the Honor Care Pro App.

“This is an amazing opportunity for Honor to partner with the National Parkinson Foundation to bring their expert knowledge directly into the home-care setting through our Honor Care Pro App,” said Seth Sternberg, Co-founder and CEO of Honor. “The content will be relevant to non-medical tasks and enhanced on an ongoing basis which will allow our Care Pros to deliver truly personalized care.”

About Honor

San Francisco-based Honor, launched in spring 2015, is the home-care solution that helps older adults continue to live and age in their own homes with greater joy, comfort, and grace. Honor combines the best care professionals in the industry with proprietary app technology that modernizes the entire home-care experience, making it more flexible and accessible for family caregivers and their aging loved ones. For more information, please visit https://www.joinhonor.com/parkinsons-home-care.

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