Free Guide: “Understanding the Six Activities of Daily Living”The Six Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) is a diagnostic tool used by doctors, healthcare workers, and insurance companies, to assess capabilities and grant (or limit) funding for care. ADLs can also be used as guidelines for those caring for loved ones. It can help with making decisions on when to seek professional help, and plan for the financial costs that go hand in hand.
This resource will help you understand:
- The 6 activities most frequently measured
- Why ADLs are important
- How to use the 6 ADLs to determine the next level of care