Hi @JessLogue, welcome to our community where I am sure you will receive lots of ideas and tips.
I was 54 when dx with PD, and like you Dad my grown up children had suspected it already especially my daughter Abbie. We live about 1:30 hours apart by car so don’t get to see her as often as she is a busy ward Sister and works some strange shifts. But I get tremendous support from her in lots of ways apart from the weekly FaceTime call. It could be a funny post she has found or her own inspirational post of encouragement or a simple photograph.
It’s very early days for both of you as your Dad only found out yesterday, so just be there for him and check in however suits you both. You both got a lot of challenges and changes ahead to overcome. But speaking personnel Abbie is still my little girl and I’m still her Daddy. I am just a Dad who his less mobile and active as I used to be but we still have fun and we still support each other. So if you are the type of daughter who use to share your problems keep doing so, he will still be there with the shoulder to cry on and to make you your favourite treat (though it make take him longer over time). You both have a lot to offer each other and a lot of new adventures. Just be you and be there for him if he needs it. As Abbie says I am still Dad just slower Dad. Sending you a big hug and wishing you and your Dad many happy years ahead.