|1 = Never|
|2 = Very infrequently|
|3 = A few times a year|
|4 = A few times a month|
|5 = A few times a week|
|6 = A few times a day|
|7 = A few times an hour|
|1.||Does the patient get lost within the facility or home and seem unable to find his or her way?|
|2.||In the absence of a specific physical disability, does the patient require help or instructions in order to get from one location to another?|
|3.||Were there any occasions on which the patient seemed unable to navigate without assistance?|
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