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What kinds of services do LIFE programs offer?

Dr. Arun S. Rao, MD
Geriatric Medicine Specialist

Following are some of the services offered by LIFE (Living Independently for Elders) programs:

  • socialization activities
  • on site nursing, therapeutic activities, dietary service and social workers
  • health center and medical services including physicians and nurse practitioners
  • recreational therapists
  • transportation for participants to and from the center and appointments

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