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Independent living
Independent Living can refer either to seniors who live on their own in their own residence, or those who live in active adult communities. Elderly individuals who live independently are generally healthy and often need little if any assistance with activities of daily living. They often enjoy the social interaction and peer support available to them in organized senior care communities or senior programs.
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
Tasks that enable a person to live independently. They include grocery shopping, meal preparation, using the telephone, doing laundry, light housekeeping, bill paying, and managing medications.
Bath Safety for aging adults and senior citizens
ELDERLUXE Gift Certificate for seniors
fashionable walking canes for men and women