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What ideas are there to pass the time?

My husband, who has Parkinson’s, is getting really bored. What ideas are there to pass the time?

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Some communities have day programs and even one day a week at one might be stimulating and interesting enough that they can enjoy something new but not have to make a commitment to every weekday.

 

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Some communities have day programs and even one day a week at one might be stimulating and interesting enough that they can enjoy something new but not have to make a commitment to every weekday.

 

Jane

 

* * * * * * * *

If this response answered your question, please mark it as an Accepted Solution. This helps those who might have a similar question find the answer faster.

 

For more information, see How do I use the Accepted Solutions feature.

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