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Activities of Daily Living

Differently-abled children often require help from adults to perform ADLs, as they have not yet developed the skills necessary to achieve them independently.

It refers to the most basic functions of living. Common ADLs include -

  • Eating food on their own
  • Bathing
  • Wearing clothes
  • Ability to walk correctly, getting in and out of bed or a chair, etc.
  • For people with different physical capabilities who can get around independently
  • Personal hygiene
  • Grooming by brushing/combing/styling hair
  • Homemaking
  • Toilet hygiene (getting to the toilet, cleaning oneself, etc.)
  • Recreation

Our occupational therapists use adaptive equipment and devices to enhance and increase independence in performing ADLs. Occupational therapists teach and restore the skills required to maintain, regain or improve a person's freedom in all Activities of Daily Living that have declined because of health conditions (physical or mental).

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