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DEPENDANCE

The GIR (Iso-Resources Group) corresponds to the level of loss of autonomy of an elderly person.

It is calculated from the evaluation carried out using the AGGIR grid.

There are six GIRs: GIR 1 is the strongest level of loss of autonomy and GIR 6 the weakest.

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6 levels of loss of autonomy make it possible to classify the level of dependency of the elderly:

GIR 6 corresponds to the lowest level while GIR 1 corresponds to the highest level. Here is some additional information on the 6 levels of the GIR:

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Levels of loss of autonomy

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GIR 1: people at the end of their life who need continuous care. They cannot move from their bed and their mental faculties are severely impaired.

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GIR 2: people who are confined to bed or in a wheelchair and who need daily care, even if their mental faculties are not necessarily impaired. The elderly who know how to move but have altered mental faculties also correspond to this level.

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GIR 3: people with their mental faculties, but needing help several times a day, especially for body care.

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GIR 4: the elderly who know how to move around, but sometimes need help getting up from their chair, preparing meals and taking care of their body.

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GIR 5: people who know how to travel, but who may need occasional support.

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GIR 6: autonomous people, who do not need help for everyday activities.

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