Research published by Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, Volume 31, explores a holistic measurement of adaptability to physical and social decline in later life known as life-space mobility. Recent studies are looking to collect accurate information about geriatric patients to better serve their needs and understand their struggles.

Finding ways to accurately measure the quality of life available to geriatric patients has been a continual hurdle. This article explores holistic approaches to deepen the support offered to patients or clients as the focus shifts not only to treating illnesses but preventing them, leading to functioning optimally in the current environment.

Written by Joanne K. Taylor, Iain E. Buchan, and Sabine N. van der Veer.
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