Plymouth (MN) Assisted Living Facilities & Senior Lifestyle Options
Medical professionals evaluate an individual's independence, and ability to live on their own by their ability to perform Activities of Daily Living, or ADLs. ADLs are almost exclusively used by medical professionals to evaluate functionality of the elderly and the disabled as a way to decide where they can live.
For instance, Norm is 50 and his mother, Sarah, is 80. She has lived with Norm and his family for the past 20 years, since her own husband's death. Sarah enjoyed helping raise her grand kids. A few years ago Norm and his family noticed Sarah started misplacing her keys, and was taking longer recalling details about her day to day activities.
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