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Longitudinal Study People Aging with Long-Term Disabilities. Participants wanted to spend more time on physical activity (63.2%), community leisure (49.3%), civic or religious activities (41.3%), social activities/helping others (40.4%), and employment. Participants wanted to spend less time on managing medical conditions (15.8%), interior household chores (13.7%), personal leisure (11.2%), exterior household chores (9.1%), and employment (3.6%). Participants said they spend the right amount of time on managing medical conditions (73.7%), personal leisure (71.2%), civic and religious activities (57.1%), social activities/helping others (57.1%), and employment (55.8%).