productivity: independence and integration

  1. physical independence—ability to meet personal needs in an unmodified environment without use of special aids or assistance from others
  2. social integration—ability to establish and maintain social relationships customary for his/her age, sex, and culture
  3. occupational capacity—ability to carry out the employment, schooling, domestic, or recreational activities customary for his/ her age, sex, and culture
  4. B.  

    quality of life—ability to find a degree of satisfaction in life equivalent to that of most others of his/her age, sex, and culture.

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