A big part of the recovery process includes practicing activities of daily living (ADLs). ADLs include all the tasks that occupy your day. Some ADLs that we all have in common are dressing, eating, toileting, and bathing. We also focus on instrumental activities that are unique from person to person. These activities can include meal prep, cleaning routines, laundry, or child care.
After spending days or months recovering from an illness or injury, the transition from hospital to home can be intimidating. With tools like our ADL Suite, we can help our patients reestablish a daily routine. In this home-like setting, patients can practice their ADLs under the guidance of our certified therapists.
Our ADL suite includes a washer and dryer, bedroom, fully functioning kitchen, eating area, and bathroom. Within these spaces, we can address patient challenges like sequencing tasks, physical weakness, or adjusting to life with an assisted device like a wheelchair.