community-living

community-living

Pert. to life in a community, esp. in one more strictly defined than the general population, for example, by age or disability.
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Because factors such as loneliness, optimism, and sleep are modifiable, researchers are hopeful that interventions to address those issues become standard in senior community-living facilities.
This shortcoming "could lead policy makers to inaccurately estimate the health care needs of community-living older persons," Dr.
She and her associates followed 754 community-living people, aged 70 years or older, who were part of the Precipitating Events Project, an ongoing longitudinal study of elderly people who did not have disabilities.

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