Life domains and adaptive strategies of a group of low-income, well older adults.

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Older adults are at increased risk for a variety of physical and functional limitations that threaten their ability to lead independent and fulfilling lives. Consequently, they stand to benefit from personalized strategies of adaptation that enable them to achieve successful outcomes in their daily activities and desired goals. In the current investigation… (More)

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@article{Clark1996LifeDA, title={Life domains and adaptive strategies of a group of low-income, well older adults.}, author={Fred M. Clark and M. Carlson and Ruth Zemke and G. Frank and Kara K. Patterson and B L Ennevor and A Rankin-Martinez and Lauren A. Hobson and J. Crandall and Dolores L Mandel and Linda Lipson}, journal={The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association}, year={1996}, volume={50 2}, pages={99-108} }