We can help you with your activities of daily living
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential self-care tasks that individuals typically perform on a daily basis to take care of themselves and maintain basic functional independence. These activities are essential for an individual's well-being and overall quality of life. ADLs are often used as a measure to assess a person's ability to function independently or to determine the level of care they may need.
There are six primary ADLs:
Personal Hygiene: Activities related to maintaining personal cleanliness and grooming, such as bathing or showering, brushing teeth, washing hands, and grooming hair.
Dressing: Putting on and taking off clothes, including managing buttons, zippers, and other fasteners.
Eating: Preparing meals and the ability to feed oneself, including the use of utensils, cutting food, and drinking from a glass or cup.
Transferring: Moving from one position to another, such as getting in and out of bed, chairs, or a wheelchair.
Continence: The ability to control bowel and bladder functions.
Toileting: Managing personal needs in the bathroom, including using the toilet and maintaining personal hygiene.
In our community, we assist with personal hygiene, dressing, cooking and meal preparation, transportation, medication management and more on an as needed basis. We design a care plan for each person's unique needs to help them remain as independent and healthy as long as possible. We offer many different levels of care and welcome the opportunity to work with you or your loved one directly to determine what is best.