Activities of Daily Living Sample Clauses

Activities of Daily Living. The basic tasks of everyday life, such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, and transferring.
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Activities of Daily Living. (IADL) — Managing money, meal preparation, telephoning, laundry, housework, being outside the home, routine health, special health and being alone.
Activities of Daily Living. (i) Washing - the ability to wash in the bath or shower (including getting into and out of the bath or shower) or wash satisfactorily by other means;
Activities of Daily Living. (ADL) – Activities such as eating, bathing, grooming, dressing, transferring and continence.
Activities of Daily Living. (ADL) — mobility skills required for independence in normal, every- day living. Recreational, leisure, or sports activi- ties are not considered ADL. Allowed Charges —  For a Plan Provider: the amounts a Plan Provider agrees to accept as payment from Blue Shield.  For a non-Plan Provider: the amounts paid by Blue Shield when services from a non-Plan Provider are covered and are paid as a Reasonable and Customary Charge. Ambulatory Surgery Center — an Outpatient surgery facility which:
Activities of Daily Living. (ADL) means diet, personal hygiene, clothing care, grooming, money and household management, personal safety, symptom monitoring, etc.
Activities of Daily Living. The final score is calculated by adding the results of the MMSE, the level of impairment and the unmet need for care scores. In order to be eligible for Nursing Facility or HCBS Waiver services, an individual must receive at least fifteen (15) points on functional impairment section and a minimum total score of twenty-nine (29) points.
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Activities of Daily Living. (ADLs) The six “Activities of Daily Living” are:
Activities of Daily Living. (IADLs) — Activities related to independent living, including preparing meals, managing money, shopping for groceries or personal items, performing housework, and communication. Internal Control Number (ICN) — The unique number assigned by the Department’s MMIS to identify an individual Claim or Encounter. Limited English Proficiency (LEP) — An individual’s limited ability to read, write, speak, or understand English because English is not the individual’s primary language.
Activities of Daily Living. The activities of daily living prescribed in item (1) above are: o eating o transferring o bathing o dressing o continence AMOUNT OF ACCELERATED DEATH BENEFIT We first calculate the Benefit Base, which equals the Death Benefit as defined in the DEATH BENEFIT section of the Certificate (before subtracting any Indebtedness). We then calculate the Maximum Available Accelerated Death Benefit by multiplying the Benefit Base by 90%. You may elect all or a portion of this Maximum Available Accelerated Death Benefit. However, the amount elected may not be less than $10,000, nor greater than $250,000. Additionally, the Initial Death Benefit for the Certificate remaining in force must be no less than $10,000. You will receive less than the amount You elect because We: (1) discount the amount You receive because it is an early payment; (2) deduct a processing fee, not to exceed $100; and (3) repay and reduce any Indebtedness by the percentage of Death Benefit accelerated.
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