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Social groups and activities are key components of senior health and wellbeing.

A robust social group and positive social interactions have widely been acknowledged as one of the most important indicators of continued health and wellbeing for senior individuals. However, over time, seniors may gradually retreat from these types of activities. The loss of the ability to drive may be a factor in limiting social activities, for example., and caregivers with busy schedules may struggle to fill their loved one’s needs for transportation to and from social engagements. Because of the importance of social groups in the lives of older adults, withdrawing from these types of lifelong activities is an important signal of a change in health, either psychologically or physically. It is also a sign of concern for future wellbeing.

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