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do they have some difficulties to seat on existing park seat? do they have some difficulties to seat on existing park seat? i want to know what elderly need in a park seating. maybe it's not comfortable for them, and i would like to know their activities in park.

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Also check out your local senior center, they have many activities. I'm taking my dad to the senior center for lunch today.
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Check out your local Parks & Recreation on line. They will give a description of each park. Hopefully at least one of them will fit your needs. If a bench is too hard, bring a pillow. Just being out in the fresh air, watching the kids play & hearing the birds sing can be enjoyable. When the weather warms up I plan on taking my dad on one of the walking paths.
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thank you for your answer :) i need to know their various activities in park, and maybe some facilities in park can improve social interaction among elderly. that's why i need to know their concerns about it. seems like all those activities they had is feel so lonely......
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I've noticed there are parks that have little or not enough benches to sit on. I've been to a few parks that only have picnic tables to sit on, but for a senior that's crippled or has poor eyesight, that could be a problem. And the pathways have got to be paved in order to push a walker down them. As far as activities, watching people, feeding birds, walking the paths or just plain sitting on a bench that has a view would be enough. Also a bathroom that's not locked up is essential.
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