Do you have health insurance and a prescription plan? 2. How do you perform your activities of daily living (ADLs)? Are you able to shower, dress, and eat independently? Or do you require assistance? 3. Do you and your family have enough food to eat and drink at home? Do you have any difficulty chewing or swallowing? Have you lost weight recently? 4. Over the past month, have you often been bothered by feeling sad, depressed, or hopeless? Have you lost interest or pleasure in doing things you usually like to do? 5. Would you be interested in speaking with a social worker to find programs to help you with your medical conditions and current financial difficulties?
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