Both of my parents are retired. My dad is active and wants to travel, keep busy and enjoy his retirement. My mom is 65 and won't do anything, mainly because she doesn't like to walk. She is so out of shape that she will take a few steps before she wants to sit down and rest. She sits at a kitchen table all day and won't do anything. She won't clean, cook, do any type of work around the house. The only thing she will do is get in the car and go to the casino where she sits at the closest slot machine to the door and won't move until it's time to go. She's stopped wanting to visit relatives and family because she doesn't want to walk to the car or walk to their house from the car. She is overweight. Her previous complaint was her knee bothered her but She had both knees replaced and said they feel so much better, but still won't walk or be active. She has always been a bit lazy but now it is more extreme. She has a very upbeat mood and seems mentally clear. When we ask her to go for a walk or to do more she says she doesn't want to. My personal opinion is she needs a trainer or physical therapist to get her to move more. I'm not sure what to ask her doctor for or what process I could take. My dad is growing frustrated and doesn't know what to do. He does things on his own but he's like to have his wife enjoy retirement with him. Any advice?