This article evaluates the feasibility of a nursing intervention when adjusting to deep brain stimulation for Parkinson disease. Eight couples were included in the study. Main activities of the intervention were a diary and individualized meetings between nurses, patients, and spouses with a focus on everyday life and expectations to deep brain stimulation. All meetings were audio recorded and analyzed together with the content of the diary. The intervention was evaluated as feasible and experienced as meaningful. It supports the need for individualized care involving both patients and spouses and contributes to the development of an evidence-based nursing practice.