Instrumental ADLs

Complex tasks that are necessary for truly independent living. Skill levels ranging from proficient to needing assistance are measured in the areas of cooking, medication management, shopping, communicating, managing finances, transportation, and performing household chores and tasks.

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  • Instrumental Activities of Daily Living Defined

    Unlike basic activities of daily living (ADLs) that relate to personal care and are central to day-to-day function, IADLs are more complex tasks that are necessary for truly independent living.

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  • How to Determine a Senior Needs Help at Home

    Admitting the need for assistance is not easy for people as they age. So, how will you know when your aging parent needs help at home? One thing is certain: Mom and Dad aren’t likely to be the ones who tell you!

  • In-Home Services That Help Seniors Continue to Live at Home

    Most older adults want to age in place, but this can be challenging as their abilities decline with age. Individual services like meal delivery or housekeeping and more comprehensive in-home care services can provide assistance for seniors living at home.

  • Warning Signs That Your Parent's Finances Are Off Track

    Money can be a sticky subject to discuss with your aging parents. If you’re noticing any of these red flags, it may be time to step in and assist in managing their finances.

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