Just a thought, I have seen articles on using the Wii video game as therapy in nursing homes. I have played it a few times and can't help but think that it may be a fun way to get people to move. Google "Wii therapy" to see some articles. Has anyone tried this for therapy? I have been wondering about the possibility for my FIL. When Nintendo first came out, he loved to play Mario with my son and saving the princess! I just posted this same question on the Parkinson's website.
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