TABLE 1 Impairment of these activities suggests cognitive decline (14,15) Activities of daily living Bathing, dressing, toileting/continence, transferring/ambulation, and eating Instrumental activities of daily living
Ability to use the telephone, shopping, food preparation, housekeeping, laundry, mode of transportation, responsibility for own medication, and ability to handle finances TABLE 2 Possible causes of dementia Alzheimer's disease Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Dementia with Lewy bodies Frontotemporal dementia (also known as frontotemporal lobar degeneration) HIV-related encephalopathy Mixed dementia Multiple sclerosis Traumatic brain injury Vascular dementia Wernike-Korsakoff syndrome HIV, human immunodeficiency virus.
To evaluate the instrumental activities of daily living
(IADL's), it was used the version adapted in Brazil of Lawton and Brody scale (14), that evaluates the capacity of an individual to prepare meals, perform household chores, do the laundry, handle their own medication, use the telephone, manage money, go shopping and use public transportation.
Mild cognitive impairment and everyday function: Evidence of reduced speed in performing instrumental activities of daily living
Functional dependence to carry out basic and instrumental activities of daily living
suggest the need for preventive measures or even therapeutic interventions.
Characteristic profiles of instrumental activities of daily living
in Chinese older persons with mild cognitive impairment.
The purpose of the study is to assess the functional capacity of older people in terms of activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living
(IADLs), the older adults dietary patterns using the mini nutritional assessment tool.
Percentage of participants answering comfortable and "relatively comfortable" in economic status; ([dagger]) percentage of participants regarded as dependent in instrumental activities of daily living
(IADL score of <5); ([double dagger]) percentage of participants classified as having depressive status (K6 score of [greater than or equal to] 5).
Limitations in instrumental activities of daily living
(7 items) assessed the degree to which an individual's health limited important daily activities (e.
In addition, it has been observed in normal, community-dwelling older adults without HIV that speed of processing is important to perform instrumental activities of daily living
such as driving (Ball, Edwards, & Ross, 2007).
These are referred to as instrumental activities of daily living
Instrumental activities of daily living
(IADL): financial management, purchase of groceries, cooking, using transport, shopping, managing medication and planning social activities.
Under the program, states can get a 6 percentage point increase in federal Medicaid matching payments to cover costs associated with providing community-based services such as assistance with activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living
, as well as health-related tasks.