Going back to Danville this time felt slightly more comfortable because I knew more of what to expect with interacting with the consumers. This time the male and female units were mixed in the room upstairs, which was a first for me. I ended up sitting with a male who seemed to be in the middle of the age gap among the consumers. He asked us if we wanted to play multiple games that no one at my table knew how to play and he finally decided to choose Monopoly. I was the banker for the game, as many of the pieces to the game had been lost or put somewhere else. I noticed that a lot of the money had also been photocopied, printed, and cut out by the facility which made me feel sad for the facility because board games are not too expensive so to see that they could not even afford updated games showed me the true state of the facility regarding the money that they have to spend on activities for the consumers. While playing the game, the male consumer that we were sat with seemed to (have a hard time seeing things and had his head down close to, and almost touching, the board for most of the time.) During the game, he would often (stand up to try and reach his character when it was on a space on the opposite side of the board, but he would stumble when getting up and did not seem like he was stable) enough to hold himself up. I remember passing the die to him and when he held his hands out they would be (shaking heavily). This consumer did not really talk much, and when he did they would be mumbles that I was unable to make out most of the time but he would always laugh after saying things and for the things that I could understand, the words never seemed to go together cohesively and I could not make out the meaning of what he was trying to say. He did not seem to show much emotion, and seemed very flat for the time being and focused heavily on the game and did not seemed to be aware of things going on in the room around him. After we started our game, another consumer who I had sat with earlier in the year came to sit at our table with us. She said that she was not interested in playing the game, but she had brought a book along to read. She repeated a lot of the information she told us the first time we sat with her, but she seemed excited to see us once again. She also seemed happy with her place at the moment because she stated that she would be moving out and into a home because of the improvements she has made since shehas been there.