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Rehabilitation Standards 8-14

Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

Woman and child bathing Standard 8

This care standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing an individual's needs in the functional area of self-care activities that include but are not limited to eating, grooming, bathing, dressing upper and lower body and toileting.  Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Standard.pdf

Transfers

Health Care Worker transfering a patient to a walker Standard 9

This care standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing the individual's needs in the functional area of transfers. Transfers are defined as the ability of an individual to move from one supporting surface to another independently or with manual or mechanical assistance.  Transfers Standard.pdf

Communication

Woman in conversation with a child Standard 10

This care standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing an individual's communication needs.  Communication Standard.pdf

Cognition

Interlocking cogs in a wheel Standard 11

This care standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing an individual's needs in the area of cognition. Cognition includes a range of basic thinking processes such as perception, orientation, attention, memory, as well as more executive functions such as problem solving, mental flexibility, sequencing tasks, planning and organizing. Cognition Standard.pdf

Psychosocial

Seniors playing cards Standard 12

This care standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing an individual's needs in the area of psychosocial function. Psychosocial function is the relationship between psychological, social and environmental effects.  Psychosocial Standard.pdf

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL)

Man and girl preparing a meal Standard 13

This care standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing an individual's needs in the functional area of instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) that include but are not limited to: preparing food, managing money, shopping, cleaning house, using the telephone, gardening, managing medications, etc. Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) Standard.pdf

Community Living

Community nurse providing care in patient's home Standard 14

This standard outlines the rehabilitation process for addressing an individual's needs in their ability to participate to the highest level possible in the community setting of their choice. These needs may include such things as transportation, housing, home supports, outpatient medical services, etc.  Community Living Standard.pdf

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