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Section D: Functional State
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Proxy interview/who responded
Age at interview
Place of birth
No of children
No of grandchildren
No of siblings
Family financial transfers
Proximity to children
Contact with family/friends
Informal care received
Informal care provided
Self-reported health status
Other functional limitations
Doctor diagnosed diseases
Physical activity or exercise
Nursing home stay
Other medical care
Public health insurance
Private health insurance
Long-term care insurance
Income from employer or private pension/annuity
Income from public pension or disability
Income from unemployment or other government transfers
Income from private transfers
Investment retirement accounts
Stocks and bonds
Checking and savings
Mortgages and home loans
Total non-housing wealth
Current paid work
Labor force status
Current working hours
Current job characteristics
Current job tenure
When last job ended
Prob of receiving inheritance
Prob of leaving bequest
Prob of working full-time
Prob of work limiting health problem
Public pension receipt
Private pension receipt
Current job pension plan
RAND HRS / Harmonized HRS
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Module items (29)
Section D: Functional State Module of CRELES Wave 4
Are you able to walk?
Is it difficult for you to walk 20 blocks?
Is it difficult for you to walk a few blocks?
Is it difficult for you to climb up a few stories by stairway without resting?
Is it difficult for you to push or pull a large object such as a recliner chair?
Please stand up and lift your arm(s) above your shoulder(s)
Is it difficult for you to walk from one side of the room to the other?
Do you use an assistance apparatus or instrument such as a walking cane, wheelchair, walker, crutches, etc. to walk across the room?
Is it difficult for you to bathe yourself, including entering and exit ing the bath tub?
Have you used an apparatus or instrument (handrail or stool) to bathe?
Does someone help you bathe?
Do you have difficulty in eating, including cutting your food, pouring drinks into glasses etc.?
Does someone help you eat?
Do you have difficulty in lying down on your bed or rising from the bed?
Have you used an assistance apparatus or instrument to lie down or get up from the bed?
Does someone help you to go to bed or get out of your bed?
Do you have difficulty in using the bathroom, including sitting or getting up from the toilet?
Have you used an assistance apparatus or instrument to use the toilet?
Does someone help you to use the toilet?
Do you have difficulty cutting your toenails?
Does someone help you cut your toenails?
Do you have difficulty in preparing a hot meal?
Does someone help you to prepare a hot meal?
Do you have difficulty managing your own money?
Does someone help you to manage your money?
Do you have difficulty in shopping (for example, food or clothes)?
Does someone help you to do the grocery
Do you have difficulty taking your medicine?
Does someone help you to take your medicine?
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