High Intensity Daily Personal Activities


A physical disability acts as a barrier for most movements. There are certain high-intensity activities that are important for your living, yet your disability might make you dependent on someone else for them. In order to help you become self-sufficient to do them on your own, we have a team of specialists to assist you.

Whether your disability has been there since birth or is a result of a surgery or injury; whether it is temporary or permanent, our team members can help you perform your high-intensity personal activities on your own.

Here’s what some of these activities include:

  • Enteral feeding
  • Complex bowel care
  • Urinary catheters
  • Ventilation
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Wound management
  • High-risk seizure
  • Subcutaneous injection
  • Pressure care
  • Stoma care

Usually, we provide one-to-one assistance here to patients who need physical aid for performing these activities on their own. We help them overcome their barriers and challenges to become more self-sufficient in taking care of themselves.