- Transportation (to doctor appointments, social engagements, etc.)
- Shopping (grocery, personal items, etc.)
- Home maintenance (repairs, lawn care, etc.)
- House cleaning
- Personal care (bathing, dressing, etc.)
- Medical care
In most cases, there are people who can help you keep up with all the things that you might not be able to do (or, do safely). And, in some cases, you may be able to acquire some of these services for little-to-no cost, depending on your financial situation. In most every city there are agencies, civic groups, churches or others that provide needs-based services.
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