Millions of older adults, millions of Baby Boomers becoming older adults, and millions of family caregivers providing care to older adults – all have an overriding desire to maintain independence, age-in-place and be safe for as long as possible. The threat to these desires? As people age, an acute event, a chronic illness, or simply the natural aging process can cause individuals to lose or suffer a decrease in their ability to perform “activities of daily living,” i.e. dressing, taking medications, toileting, bathing, cooking, etc.
This reality has created an increasing demand for web-based tools and personalized content to assist these populations. In addition, for those organizations whose business success is increasingly based on assuming some level of “financial risk” for this population, i.e. managed care, ACOs, long term care insurers, bundled payment entities, etc. ADL can provide data to manage and enhance population health and provide care in the least costly and least restrictive environment.
Active Daily Living, Inc. (“ADL”), provides proprietary, first-in-market guides, interactive content and risk management tools targeting one’s functional limitations and environmental challenges. Personalized as the Client, ADL modules provide a comprehensive solution for those looking to become a valued and on-going resource to older adults and their families. ADL’s goal, quite simply, is to assist older adults and family caregivers with tools and content designed to help maintain independence, enhance health, and maximize one’s ability to age in place.