ADL definition

ADL means "activities of daily living". ADL are basic personal everyday activities, such as eating, using the restroom, grooming, dressing, bathing, and transferring.

Examples of ADL in a sentence

  • For parameters where the specified cleanup objective is below the acceptable detection limit (ADL), the ADL shall serve as the cleanup objective.

  • For other parameters the ADL shall be equal to or below the specified cleanup objective.

  • Includes, but is not limited to: Vocational/Employment Counselor, ADL or Supported Living Specialist, Substance Abuse or Mental Health Counselor, Peer Counselor, Domestic Violence Counselor.

  • Applicable requirements, regulations, policies, and guidelines are identified in the Applicable Documents List (ADL) provided as an attachment to the contract.

  • If approved, the Contractor Officer will notify the contractor, by contract modification, which parts of the clause or provisions of the ADL are waived.

More Definitions of ADL

ADL means the activities of daily living. Activities of daily living are activities that reflect the member's ability to perform self-care tasks essential for sustaining health and safety such as:
ADL means activities of daily living including bathing; grooming; toileting; dressing; eating; and mobility, which refers to bed mobility, transfer, and locomotion as these are defined in Chapter 5101:3-3 5160-3-05 of the Administrative Code.