Nevada Adult Day Healthcare Centers provides assistance with some activities of daily living for seniors and disabled adults.
Activities of Daily Living
Activities of daily living (ADLs) refer to routine activities that most people can do without assistance everyday. The following are the six basic ADLs:
As we age, our ability to live independently and without assistance is directly linked with our ability to engage with ADLs. How much assistance a disabled person or elderly person needs is often dependent on how well they can perform ADLs.
Assistance with ADLs
As part of our adult day service programs, we help senior and disabled participants prolong their autonomy and independence by assisting them with completing ADLs throughout the day. Our services typically include helping participants with eating, toileting, continence and walking, depending on their ability level. The following are examples of the types of clients who are welcome to attend Nevada Adult Day Healthcare Centers and may need assistance with ADLs:
- Hospice patients
- Legally blind
- High or low functioning
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
At Nevada Adult Day Healthcare, our adult day care services provide a safe place for adults with disabilities and adults with Alzheimer’s. To learn more about all the ADLs we provide assistance with, contact us today or visit one of our nearby locations. See a list of all our senior day care services.