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Independent living programs implement the principles of independent living, assisting disabled indivuals to live in the community with a minimum reliance on services. Help and training is provided on the programms to manage the activities of daily living and to improve and maintain self care skills


Independent living programs for older adultsEdit

Independent living programms for people with learning difficultiesEdit

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