On my last visit to Danville State, I decided to go upstairs to the MAC room with the all-female consumer group because I had never worked with the all-female group before. I played Yahtzee and Uno again with the same consumer I spent time with on our second visit when both male and female consumers were in the MAC room. It seems she really likes those two games! The consumer I spent time with last week seemed less engaged than on my first visit with her. She was easily distracted and repeatedly forgot it was her turn or ended up watching what other people were doing. Sometimes, the look on her face appeared distant like she wasn’t really in the room with us. She appeared to be in a good mood despite her seeming tired and more withdrawn. She was just as friendly this week as the first time I met her and seemed to really enjoy the games we were playing, although she didn’t talk as much. Additionally, this consumer also seemed to get confused easily; for example, Alix asked her a question regarding the rules of Yahtzee and she changed her answer more than once. She also struggled with the basic mathematical skills necessary for Yahtzee and we had to help her with some of the addition. Regardless, she seemed like one of the most high-functioning consumers out of the group there. Her speech was slow and slightly slurred but coherent. The other consumer we played games with on our last visit had been released from Danville State the week before, so it is possible that this consumer was less talkative because she was lacking her usual peer. It was a really good last experience at Danville State and it was really cool to see one of the consumers grow and be able to be released before the end of the semester.