The Dysautonomia Project
The Dysautonomia Project is a not-for-profit collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteer physicians, patients, and community leaders. Our aim is to bridge the wide knowledge gap between community-based physicians and decades of validated clinical research about Dysautonomia.
Plan to join us Saturday, October 5th at the brand-new Crown Mercedes dealership in Pinellas Park for the UNDER THE UMBRELLA GALA.
Co-Chairs Kevin and Angela Hawkins and their committee have been hard at work to bring TDP's annual fundraiser to new heights! You won't want to miss it!
For more information, you can access the event website through the link below!
For all inquiries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2019 615 Newsletter is Here!
We are excited to announce that the 615 Newsletter is here!
Please click on the button below to read more about our accomplishments and impact from the past year.
Because we are a not-for-profit organization, we solely operate on your donations. Help us continue our mission to educate community-based doctors, patients, and our community!
We are so appreciative of all of your efforts in supporting us and our mission!
Kelly Freeman, the Founding Director of The Dysautonomia Project and co-author of The Dysautonomia Project Book, holds an objective in line with TDP’s. Kelly, a dysautonomia patient herself, aims to transform the care of patients with dysautonomia through the education of physicians, patients, and community leaders with the mission of speeding time to diagnosis, proper assessment, and treatment of patients in community based clinics and hospital settings around the world.
Nate Freeman is the co-founder of both The Dysautonomia Project and his company Network People. Nate holds a strong desire for educating the medical community about Dysautonomia because his wife, Kelly Freeman, is a Dysautonomia patient. After watching his wife, and his family struggle for so long to find an answer, Nate knew he had to create something to raise awareness and education in his own community. With the help of his wife, The Dysautonomia Project was born.