ADL training is a process that instructs a patient on a variety of methods to return to their normal daily living skills and tasks. ADL's may include but are not limited to dressing, transfers, feeding, meal prep, bed mobility, community access etc. The ADL component or deficits are often the result of an injury, disease process, or cognitive impairment, etc.
Recovery Treatments Offered
An Occupational Therapist will evaluate strength, balance, coordination, safety, cognition, and range of motion to determine the impact on the ADL tasks.
Once the Occupational Therapist determines the causes and severity of the deficit they develop a treatment plan to address the deficits and progress the patient toward a higher level of independence.