Rick Geiser is a member of the Seaway Parkinson’s Coalition, where he serves as treasurer, and he is an advocate of education, options, and healthy choices for people who have Parkinson’s disease. He enjoyed a variety of careers, including surveyor, air traffic controller, and postmaster in a village in northern New York where he worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 28 years prior to his retirement. Rick serves as a volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry and Thrift Store and as a subject for Clarkson University Physical Therapy students’ clinicals. He thoroughly enjoys kayaking, cooking, hiking, and traveling with Michaelene, his wife of 42 years.
“I hope to help maximize the quality of life for those who have neurological challenges. I have participated, with success, in a variety of therapies that have contributed to making the most of my own abilities and interests. I am enthused to be part of rolling out a new approach to sharing the benefits of music therapy through digital therapeutics, with the hope that this will enhance lives!”