Home adaptation involves adapting a home so that a Care recipient (cr) can remain in the home modifying the home is often less expensive than moving the cr or placing her in institutional care if the cr is to remain at home she must be able to perform the activities of daily living as safely and comfortably as possible

Try: Access the cr’s ability to perform these essential activities in her living environment maintaining continence eating getting in and out of bed using the toilet bathing regularly dressing knowing the cr’s ability to perform these functions will help determine the home’s necessary adaptations

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Categories: Cognitive Intellectual, Maintenance, Medical Physical, Mobility, Independence, Some Supervision

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Keywords: Home modifications remain at home

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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