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Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL)





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The Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) is a test that checks a patient's functional ability for specific tasks. The examiner is to circle the scoring point for the statement that most closely corresponds to the patient's current functional ability for each task. The examiner should complete the scale based on information about the patient from the patient him-/herself, informants (such as the patient's family member or other caregiver), and recent records. The patient receives a score of 1 for each item labeled A – H if his or her competence is rated at some minimal level or higher. Add the total points circled for A – H. The total score may range from 0 – 8. A lower score indicates a higher level of dependence.


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