Index of Independence in Activities of Daily Living
Questions address physical and mental conditions affecting the respondent, the use of mobility aids, vision and hearing impairments, speech difficulties, lifting and aerobic difficulties, and the ability to function independently within the home. The basic activities of daily living consist of these self-care tasks: personal hygiene, dressing and undressing, eating, transferring from bed to chair and back, voluntarily controlling urinary and fecal discharge, elimination, and moving around
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Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) 2004 Panel
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