[Podcast] The SteadyScrib Story: A Pen for Parkinson’s

21 March 2024

The SteadyScrib Story: A Pen for Parkinson’s episode summary

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In this episode, discover the story behind Izzy Mokotoff and Alexis Chan’s innovative pen for people living with Parkinson’s: SteadyScrib. Learn about their journey and motivations–inspired by Izzy’s grandfather–and the impending launch of SteadyScrib, set to publicly debut later this year.

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According to their website, “At SteadyScrib, our goal is to advance ability and independence for people with Parkinson’s by building a writing utensil that counteracts against writing-inhibitive Parkinson’s symptoms. … SteadyScrib is the first and only writing tool specifically designed for people with Parkinson’s.”

 

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