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Recognizing a Decline in Activities of Daily Living

The following six Activities of Daily Living are routine tasks that people do every day without assistance. When you or your loved one loses the ability to perform these activities, it’s time to discuss care options with a medical professional.
How to identify a decline in activities of daily living including eating, dressing, bathing, grooming and personal hygiene.
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