To the uninitiated, the term ADL would sound sophisticated and high faluting, more so if it is mentioned in the context of the wonderful world of occupational therapy.
But just what ADL is? The acronym stands for Activities of Daily Living.
That simple? Yes, that simple.
And if you find out the activities involved in ADL, you will tend to rub it in all the more. Just consider the following — eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring and continence. They’re indeed pieces of cake — effortless, no sweat, pure reflex actions.
Simple Becomes Complicated
But here is the catch: what if it is applied to someone who has just suffered a stroke or met a horrible accident?
Then ADL takes on a whole new meaning
When someone is unable to perform the simplest of things, then living becomes complicated. Just imagine yourself not being able to eat by yourself, to take a bath, to go to the toilet, to move around or to control your bladder and bowels.
Not only is life complicated, it becomes frustrating and depressing. The afflicted is bombarded with unpleasant thoughts, then hopelessness creeps in. In some unfortunate turn of events, others think of giving up.
In-Home Care A Real Blessing
Thank God, there are institutions that have pooled the talents, expertise and resources of their personnel to alleviate the misery of those suffering from immobility.
One such group is our company, Bright Home Health Care, the in-home care in Carrolton, Texas.
To the victims of immobility, we are fully aware that movement has been a struggle for you. Hence we don’t encourage you to come to our place, we are the ones going to your homes.
Nothing More To Ask For
Speaking of services related to home care, we, at Bright Home Health Care, are proud to say, there’s nothing more you could ask for. It’s because we offer an impressive array of nursing, medical and allied services – from skilled nursing to home health aide, to physical therapy to occupational therapy to medical social services to primary home care program and to private pay.
ADL training belongs to Occupational Therapy section where other activities include:
- Fine Motor Coordination
- Muscle Re-Education
- Neuro-development Treatment
- Perpetual Motor Training
The in-home care in Carrolton, Texas, through its Occupational Therapy arm, helps in patients’ healing process through a series of meaningful tasks, which provide them with a sense of fulfilment and encourage their independence.
If you are residing in Carrolton, Texas or in nearby counties, Bright Home Health Care is ready to serve you. Please visit our office at 3740 N Josey Lane, Suite 160 Carrolton, TX 75007. If you’re too busy to do it, you can call the in-home care in Carrolton, Texas at 972-820-8240. Our fax number is 972-394-7327, and the e-fax number 972-692-5333. You can also send us your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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