Marlene’s Kaleidoscope partners with the medical and social welfare community to provide speaking engagements for those living with Lupus and their families. The Foundation collaborates with the medical community to promote the exchange of information and improve the standards of diagnosis, care, and treatment of Lupus. The Foundation provides referrals for those affected by Lupus and promotes the development and enhancement of health and social welfare services at the local level.
To provide support, education, and partnership to those affected by all forms of Lupus so that their voices can be heard and have a better quality of life. While promoting the development and enhancement of health and social welfare at the local level. “TURNING ONE CONVERSATION AT A TIME INTO ACTION FOR LUPUS.”
Who We Are
Marlene’s Kaleidoscope foundation was founded in 2017 by a survivor of over 30 years. La Tanya Lipprand was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus after the birth of her son. Our sole purpose is to provide support, service, and education to those affected by lupus, primarily minorities. We pursue this through supporting individuals with lupus, their families, and caregivers and advocating for increased public support. Heightening awareness of the impact and effect of lupus. So, Marlene's Kaleidoscope is "TURNING ONE CONVERSATION AT A TIME INTO ACTION FOR LUPUS!”
Marlene’s Kaleidoscope what do we do
We are turning one conversation at a time into action for Lupus.
Dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by all forms of Lupus. We strive to empower people by providing information about Lupus and offering support so that their voices can be heard in service of creating a better quality of life through research, public awareness, advocacy, and education.
Lupus & Coronavirus (Covid-19)
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Do You Know the Signs of Lupus?
If you think you or someone you know is displaying at least four of these symptoms, it’s time to talk to a medical provider about your concerns. Your primary care provider can examine you and your health history and refer you to a rheumatology specialist for further diagnosis.