ADL

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Related to Activities of daily living: activities of daily living scale, Instrumental Activities of Daily Living

ADL

(games)

ADL

(language)
Ada Development Language.

R.A. Lees, 1989.

ADL

(programming)
API Definition Language.

A project for Automatic Interface Test Generation.
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4 ADL, activities of daily living; IADL, instrumental activities of daily living.
Impairment in activities of daily living is a major source of burden for Alzheimer's disease patients and caregivers alike," said Gad Marshall, MD, BWH Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment, assistant professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, senior study author.
This study shows, however, that executive function--the term psychologists apply to the mental processes involved in planning and goal-directed behavior--is fundamental to the performance of activities of daily living.
1) INDIVIDUALS REQUIRING HELP WITH ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING.
Nearly 50% of aU persons over the age of 70 have at least one chronic illness severe enough to interfere with their activities of daily living.
Maintenance of muscle mass Or lean body mass maybe the single most important determining variable for whether older Americans maintain the dignity of independent function during activities of daily living.
9 medical conditions, and is limited in approximately three activities of daily living.
Treatment services focus on functional outcomes and are often organized to address activities of daily living (ADL's), even though traditionally accepted listings of ADL's exclude communication competence.
While all of the facilities surveyed offered activities of daily living (ADL) assistance, 19% charged an additional fee for ADL assistance that went beyond the basic care level.
1) Being unable for at least 90 days, to perform at least two activities of daily living without substantial assistance from another individual, due to loss of functional capacity.
Both the client and the caregiver must be carefully educated in methods to ensure that the activities of daily living are accomplished and that quality of life is maximized.
The new 14,000-square-foot building will house 15 live-in residents plus "residential features" of the building as a training ground for activities of daily living.

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