Quiz: Assisted-Living Communities
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Assisted-living communities are living arrangements for people who need some help with daily activities such as dressing, eating, bathing, and taking medications. Assisted-living communities vary, but they are usually designed for people with a variety of needs. Which of the following is NOT a group of people assisted-living communities are designed to help?

  • A.

    Couples who wish to remain together and need a little more care than they can provide to each other


  • B.

    People who need intensive medical treatment

  • C.

    People with memory problems

  • D.

    People with physical health problems

Am I correct?