Activities related to self care.
- Bathing /showering.
- Bowel and bladder management.
- Functional mobility.
- Personal device care.
- Personal hygiene and grooming.
- Sexual activity.
- Sleep / Rest.
- Toilet hygiene.
IADLs are activities involving interaction with the surrounding areas and environment, which often times are complex, and are generally optional activities as they can be delegated to others.
- Care of pets.
- Child rearing.
- Communication device use.
- Community mobility.
- Financial management.
- Health management and maintenance.
- Home establishment and management.
- Meal preparation and cleanup.
- Safety procedures and emergency responses.
These activities are necessary to be a student and to participate in an educational environment.
- Formal educational participation.
- Exploration of informal personal educational needs or interests (beyond formal education).
- Informal personal education participations.
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These activities are necessary to obtain gainful employment or to perform volunteer activities.
- Employment interest and pursuits.
- Employment seeking and acquisition.
- Job performance.
- Retirement preparation and adjustment.
- Volunteer exploration.
- Volunteer participation.
They are spontaneous or organized activities that provide enjoyment, entertainment, pastime, or amusement.
- Play exploration.
- Play participation.
Activities that are not mandatory, but rather they are chosen voluntarily and performed during a time that does not conflict with time dedicated to obligatory occupations like work, personal care or sleep.
- Leisure exploration.
- Leisure participation.
Activities associated with the organization of behavioral patterns that are characteristic and expected in individual or collective interaction with others within a given social system.
- Peer, friend.