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Activities of daily living

• ADLs
Activities of Daily Living are terms used in long term care insurance policies or programs to specify someone s ability to function independently. ADLs usually include eating, dressing, bathing, transferring in & out of bed, and using the toilet, though some definitions are more liberal than others. LTC insurance policies often base eligibility for benefits on inability to perform 2 or 3 ADLs.

 
 Embedded terms in definition
 Long term
Long
Out
 
 Related Terms
 Cost of living adjustment
Off balance sheet activities obsas
Short run operating activities

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