Parkinson’s Activity Board

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Scott Silknitter of Greensboro built a board for his dad to help him deal with Parkinson's Disease. Then, he realized it could help millions of others.

Silknitter started ROS Therapies, the initials of which stand for his dad, Roger. There are 18 different activity boards that come with its system, along with ideas for 300 more. For more information, go to

You can also look at the official company video introducing the system below.

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