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Activities of Daily Living Kit CardsAline Yiu, MA/OT
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156 Exercises
960-PC*

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This incredible collection contains professionally illustrated, easy-to-understand, instruction cards to help you communicate your Activities of Daily Living instructions to patients, family caregivers, staff, and interdisciplinary team members! Now, you can send patients and their family members home with a clear understanding of how to continue to improve independent living skills.

  • Address the following conditions in an easy-to-understand way:
    • Leg and arm stiffness
    • Lack of coordination
    • Decreased balance
    • Dementia
    • Leg and arm weakness
    • Hand stiffness
    • Poor endurance
    • Crutch instructions
    • Low vision
    • Decreased pulmonary functions
  • Includes many cost-saving ways of making adaptations for patients with:
    • Total hip replacement
    • Arthritis
    • Cardiac conditions
    • Brain injuries
    • Cancer
    • Spinal cord injuries
    • COPD
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • CVA
    • Back and neck injuries
    • Alzheimer’s
  • Plus 35 reproducible full page information sheets your patients
    can't be without!

Special Features

  • English, and Spanish captions included.
  • Add your own exercises with images

Exercises

  • Back Care
    • Dressing: Lower Body
    • Bathing
    • Grooming: Shaving Legs
    • Sleeping on Back
    • Sidelying in Bed
    • Home Management: Loading / Unloading Dishwasher
    • Kitchen Sink Height
    • Making Bed
    • Work: Develop Good Habits
    • Gardening
    • Work / Leisure: Wheelbarrow
    • Child Care: Changing
    • Child Care: Bathing
    • Child Care: Pick Up and Carry
    • Child Care: Back Carrier
    • Travel Luggage
  • Cervical Care
    • Work / Leisure: Reading Newspaper
    • Work / Leisure: Binoculars / Camera
    • Work / Household Management: Sliding Shelves
  • Energy Conservation
    • Grooming: Shaving
    • Grooming: Styling Hair
    • Bathing: Drying Off
    • Mobility: Chair With Wheeled Base
    • Kitchen Clean Up
    • Home Management: Pots / Pans
    • Making Bed
    • Reading
    • Gardening Activities
    • Transporting Items
  • Hemiparesis
    • Dressing: Front Opening Shirt
    • Dressing: Buttoning Sleeves
    • Dressing: Putting on T-Shirt
    • Dressing: Removing T-Shirt
    • Dressing: Adapted Pant Leg Opening
    • Dressing: One-Handed Sock Donning
    • Dressing: Shoe Lace
    • Dressing: Adapted Clothing for Wheelchair
    • Dressing: Leg Brace
    • Feeding: Positioning in Upright
    • Eating: Cutting Food
    • Grooming: Hair
    • Grooming: Brushing Teeth
    • Bathing: Promoting Independence and Safety
    • Bathing / Hygiene: Cleaning Perineal Area
    • Bathing / Hygiene: Set Up
    • Positioning: Lying on Back
    • Positioning: Lying on Unaffected Side
    • Positioning: Lying on Affected Side
    • Positioning: Bed (Two Person Assist)
    • Positioning: Wheelchair (Two Person Assist)
    • Mobility: Supine / Sit
    • Mobility: Sit / Supine / Roll / Scoot
    • Mobility: Wheelchair
    • Mobility: Quad Cane (Two Point Gait)
    • Transfer: Toilet
    • Transfer: Tub Bench
  • Impaired Balance
    • Dressing: Pants
    • Mobility: Using Two Canes
    • Mobility: Front Wheeled Walker
    • Mobility: Walker Bag
    • Transfer: Sit to Stand
    • Transfer: Sit to Stand Using Walker (Assisted)
    • Transfer: Stall Shower
    • Home / Work Management: Lifting Safety
    • Work: Positioning Three-Wheeled Scooter
  • Infection Control
    • Gloves
    • Hand Washing
    • Reminders
  • Low Vision
    • Eating / Feeding
    • Taking Medications
    • Reading
    • Telephone
  • Lower Body Weakness
    • Dressing: Pants
    • Wheelchair Push-Up
    • Gardening: Raised Bed
    • Childcare: Dressing
  • Lower Extremity
    • Hip Precautions: Limit Weight Bearing
    • Hip Precautions: No External Rotation
    • Hip Precautions: No Leg Extension
    • Hip Precautions: No Internal Rotation
    • Hip Precautions: No Adduction
    • Hip Precautions: No Trunk Rotation
    • Hip Precautions: Limit Hip Flexion
    • Hip Precautions: Limit Lifting Leg
    • Hip Precautions: Sitting
    • Dressing: Socks
    • Dressing: Shoes
    • Dressing: Pants Donning
    • Dressing: Pants Doffing
    • Dressing: Limited Hip Flexion
    • Grooming: Applying Lotion
    • Bathing: Legs and Feet
    • Hygiene: Toileting
    • Hip Positioning: Supine
    • Hip Positioning: Sidelying
    • Positioning: Bed Covers On / Off
    • Positioning: Sitting
    • Positioning: Adapted Seating
    • Positioning: Eating
    • Positioning: Airplane Seating
    • Positioning: Edema Control
    • Mobility: Supine to Sit
    • Crutch Mobility: Carrying Items
    • Crutch Mobility: Non-Weight Bearing
    • Crutch Mobility: Partial Weight Bearing
    • Mobility: Using Walker
    • Walker Transfer: Armchair
    • Crutch Transfer: Chair Without Armrests
    • Crutch Transfer: Chair Non-Weight Bearing on One Leg
    • Crutch Transfer: Toilet Non-Weight Bearing on One Leg
    • Crutch Transfer: In / Out Shower
    • Non-Weight Bearing: Ankle / Foot
    • Home / Work Management: Reaching Down
    • Home / Work Management: Laundry — Loading Wash
  • Upper Extremity
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Dressing — Bra
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Dressing — Shirt
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Grooming — Teeth
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Grooming — Hair
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Bathing — Back
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Reaching Shelves
    • Shoulder Stiffness: Reaching Light Switches
    • Hand Weakness: Dressing — Button Hook
    • Hand Weakness: Dressing — Pants
    • Hand Weakness: Dressing — Tie / Suspenders
    • Hand Weakness: Dressing — Zipper
    • Hand Weakness: Feeding (Universal Cuff)
    • Hand Weakness: Grooming — Handle Enlargers
    • Hand Weakness: Grooming — Toenails
    • Hand Weakness: Hygiene — Wringing Towel
    • Hand Weakness: Bathing — Washing / Drying
    • Hand Weakness: Food Preparation — Pots on Stove
    • Hand Weakness: Food Preparation — Kitchen Utensils
    • Hand Weakness: Food Preparation — Pots / Dishware
    • Hand Weakness: Refrigerator Doors
    • Hand Weakness: Faucets
    • Hand Weakness: Light Switches
    • Hand Weakness: Key Holder
    • Hand Weakness: Cutting With Scissors
    • Hand Weakness: Turning Pages (Universal Cuff)
    • Hand Weakness: Scrubbing
    • One-Handed Dressing: Long-Sleeved Shirt
    • One-Handed Dressing: Coat (Assisted)
    • One-Handed Grooming: Teeth (Floss Holder)
    • One-Handed Grooming: Dentures / Nails
    • One-Handed Grooming: Hair (Clip)
    • One-Handed Grooming: Lipstick Container
    • One-Handed Bathing: Bath Mitt
    • One-Handed Food Preparation: Stirring
    • One-Handed Food Preparation: Opening Jars / Cans
    • One-Handed Food Preparation: Opening Drink Cans
    • One-Handed Food Preparation: Storing Food
    • One-Handed Food Preparation: Washing Fruit
    • One-Handed: Book Holder
    • Weakness: Childcare — Feeding
    • Soft Wrist Brace Instructions
    • Arm Sling Instructions
    • Hand Splint
    • Elevation

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Activities of Daily Living Info Sheets

  • BACK CARE
    • Work / Leisure: Shoveling
  • DEMENTIA
    • Instructions for the Caregiver
  • ENERGY CONSERVATION
    • Hints for the Kitchen
    • Home / Work: Space Arrangement
    • Self Care Tips
    • Ways to Promote Sleep
  • FOOT CARE
    • Diabetic
  • HEMIPARESIS
    • Mobility: Supine to Sit (Assisted)
    • Transfer: Body Mechanics for Caregiver
    • Transfer: Bed to Wheelchair (Assisted)
    • Transfer: Wheelchair to Bed (Assisted)
    • Transfer: Wheelchair Into Car (Assisted)
    • Transfer: Wheelchair Out of Car (Assisted)
  • IMPAIRED BALANCE
    • Mobility: Up / Down Curb Using Cane
    • Mobility: Up / Down Stairs Using Cane
    • Mobility: Up / Down Curb Using Walker
    • Mobility: Stairs Using Walker
    • Transfer: Wheelchair to Toilet (Assisted)
    • Transfer: Wheelchair to Armchair (Assisted)
  • LOW VISION
    • Recommendations
  • LOWER BODY WEAKNESS
    • Transfer: Wheelchair to Toilet (Forward)
    • Transfer: Wheelchair to Bed Using Sliding Board
    • Transfer: Wheelchair to Car Transfer Using Sliding Board
    • Transfer: Hydraulic Lift
  • LOWER EXTREMITY
    • Home Safety Checklist
    • Mobility: Up / Down Curb Using Crutches
    • Mobility: Up Steps Using Crutches
    • Mobility: Down Steps Using Crutches
    • Transfer: Toilet (Raised Seat) Assisted Using Walker
    • Transfer: Bathtub (Tub Seat) Using Crutches
    • Transfer: In / Out Car Using Walker
    • Transfer: Into Van (Curbside) Using Crutches
    • Transfer: Out of Van (Curbside) Using Crutches
  • PULMONARY
    • Recommendations for Daily Living
  • UPPER EXTREMITY
    • Prevention of Repetitive Strain Injuries


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