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Differences in daily life between elderly people with dementia and those without
Journal for the Integrated Study of Dietary Habits
A recent survey was conducted with elderly people.Two groups,people with dementia living in a Group-home,and people without,living in Retirement Housing, were asked about Instrumental Activities of Daily life(IADL)and Basic Activities of Daily life(BADL)covering health,diet and lifestyle. It was noted that people with dementia had a significantly recognizable inability to perform IADL as opposed to people without dementia who were able to carry out these things on their own.However,it was alsodoi:10.2740/jisdh.15.278 fatcat:33kprjmlwngt5kuaij4adtdrmi